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October 9, 2013   Heirloom Herbs & Veggies

It is the beginning of the planting season.
Janine Griffith of Green Thumb Inc. is bringing us Herbs and Heirloom plants that do well in south Florida.

You do not need a lot of space to care for these tasty tidbits that enhance your meals,
tickle your tongue, and are easy to grow. Come!

Let her help you rediscover them! 
November 13, 2013   "Create a Garden Getaway"

Let your imagination go wild as NatureScape Broward showcases some amazing garden designs.

Broward County NatureScape Director, Diana Guidry will show you pictures
featuring Emerald Award winning yards.

You won't want to miss this private tour!

December 11, 2013   "Butterfly Gardening"
A PowerPoint Show-- with Art Constantino

Art will teach us how to make soda bottle terrariums and propagate our own host and larval plants to attract butterflies. Art is also an expert on creating your own rain barrel which he taught us two years ago. For those who missed him or want a refresher, visit his website: "How to Build A Rain Barrel" , which is a step by step slideshow on how to do it using a plastic 55 gallon drum.

Then, come and learn his new tricks!
January 8, 2014 OPEN
February 12, 2014   Create Your own Valentine's Arrangement!

Special Guest Speaker
International Floral Designer and Judge, Cindy Rieger will demonstrate how to create simple, classic designs using material from your garden.

Learn from an award winning - designing woman!

Bringing you the BEST!

March 12, 2014   Going Batty - Leaning about bats
with Dr. Renata Schneider of the South Florida Wildlife Center

About one-fifth of all mammal species are bats, and they are extremely common in South Florida. Clashes with humans pose a risk to their population, and the impact on the ecosystem of dwindling numbers of bats has yet to be determined. South Florida Wildlife Center hopes to learn more about the role of bats and how to successfully rehabilitate them. As Dr. Gardner emphasizes, "The truth is so important—to find out what we would be losing."
April 9, 2014 The Moringa Oleifera Tree

Did you know you that besides eating the same herbs that butterflies adore -  like parsley dill and fennel - You can eat the leaves and flowers of some trees?

The Moringa tree, Moringa Oleifera, is very useful. Virtually every part of it is edible. After about 8 months the tree begins to flower and continues year round. Learn how to plant and prepare your harvest - with food samplings from creative cook, Hadny Fayyaz. who is a past president of the Moringa Garden Circle.