Friday, February 12, 2010

New course in sustainable landscaping with native plants and wildflowers

WHAT: Sustainable Landscaping with Florida Native Plants & Wildflowers, a 3-hour course for horticulture/landscape professionals and serious native plant & wildflower enthusiasts
offered by the Association of Florida Native Nurseries (AFNN), www.afnn.org

WHEN: 12:30-5:00pm, Friday, March 26, 2010 at Mainstreet Grill in DeLand

COST: $45 by March 5 -- includes lunch, break, FNGLA & ISA CEUs, and all handouts

Class limited to 30 attendees. The first 12 people who register will receive a free copy of Xeric Landscaping with Florida Native Plants, AFNN's very popular landscape guide.

FULL DETAILS: www.afnn.org/other/wildflower_ceu.htmlwww.afnn.org/other/wildflower_ceu.html

REGISTER ONLINE: justcause.wufoo.com/forms/sustainable-landscaping-with-native-plants/

This course is being offered in conjunction with the 2010 Florida Wildflower & Garden Festival, a day-long public education event with talks, exhibits, plant sales and more, Saturday, March 27, in downtown DeLand, organized by the Mainstreet DeLand Association and many other organizations, including the Florida Wildflower Foundation and Volusia County Extension Service. FESTIVAL INFO: www.floridawildflowerfestival.com

MORE INFO: Cammie Donaldson, info@afnn.org or (321) 917-1960

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