Florida’s Native WildflowersHannah Sigler
Calling all gardeners, plant enthusiasts, and everyone in between!
There’s nothing quite like driving down one of our quiet, country roads and seeing the splashes of color from all the flowers growing alongside, is there? Wildflowers aren’t just for roadsides, though!
On December 9 at 10:30 AM, come to Lakes Region Library for a presentation by Marcie Clutter on Florida’s native wildflowers. In this program, learn about some of the incredible diversity of our own native vegetation that can be seen almost every month of the year and how to incorporate it into your garden and landscaping. Native plants use less water, provide for local pollinators, and require fewer pesticides than their non-native counterparts because they’re already adapted to Florida’s natural environment.
Marcie Clutter is a retired educator and a Florida state certified naturalist, as well as a member of the Citrus Native Plant Society.
Library programs are free and available to everyone. For additional information about programming please call your local branch, follow @CitrusLibraries on Facebook or Instagram, or view the online calendar at citruslibraries.org.