Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Cocoa nursery offers free wildflowers, moving sale

The Florida Native Plant Society Conradina chapter reports that Naturewise native plant nursery in Cocoa will be moving at the end of June (just up the road). At 8 a.m. June 25, the nursery will offer FNPS members the chance to salvage native plants that are growing in the ground cover and along the fence. Species include tickseed, climbing aster, horsemint, wild petunia, blanket flower, coral honeysuckle, goldenrod, blue curls and several others. You must be an FNPS member to participate. Bring your own buckets, spades, bags, labels, etc., and contact Kari (kari@naturewiseplants.comor 321-536-1410) to let her know you'll be coming.   During the month of June, Naturewise will also be offering a plant moving sale, with a special buy-5-get-1-free sale. You can mix or match plants, but the free plant must be of equal or lesser value. This sale applies to in-stock plants only. For more information on our location and retail hours, visit www.naturewiseplants.com.

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