Native Plant Symposium
Native Plant Symposium for Beginners – Stop Mowing, Start Growing!
Spring is Coming! Now is the time to plan new additions to your landscape. What to choose? Let me recommend plants that are both beautiful and ecologically beneficial – Natives! Not familiar with native plants? Well, if you live in the Northern Virginia Area consider attending this upcoming 1 day symposium.
The Native Plant Symposium for Beginners, “Stop Mowing, Start Growing!” is an excellent event that will introduce the beginner to the beauty and benefits of all kinds of locally native plants from perennials to trees, and inspire ideas for the experienced and novice gardener alike.
More than just a pretty to look at, native plants provide food, cover, nesting space and more for our local bird, bees and butterflies in ways that non-natives simply can’t.
Join local experts Saturday, February 8 from 9AM to 2:30PM at the Woodbridge Campus of Northern Virginia Community College, to learn more about why natives are vital to our local landscape and how you can transform your yard into a life giving plant community.
Only $20 for this event, including a light breakfast, lunch and materials.
For more Information and to Register, Click HERE.
The Native Plant Symposium for Beginners is sponsored by:
Northern Virginia Community College
Prince William Watershed Management Branch
Prince William Environmental Excellence Foundation
Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District
Prince William Conservation Alliance
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Keywords: landscape, Native Plants, pollinator habitat, suburban, symposium, Virginia, Woodbridge
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