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Monarchs, Migration, Milkweed and Oe – Hilltop Arboretum

Tuesday, May 28, 6:30-8 pm Linda Barber Auld, affectionately known as the NOLA BugLady, joins us to discuss monarch butterflies and the ecosystem of insects that visit milkweed plants. Linda will trace the history of the University of Kansas Monarch Watch Tagging Program and share the results of three fascinating university research studies on monarchs. […]

Feliciana Wildflower Festival – Clinton

Saturday, June 1, 8 am - 4 pm 12305 Saint Helena St, Clinton, LA 70722 The Feliciana Wildflower Project is hosting its first Feliciana Wildflower Festival June 1st, 2024! The festival will be held in downtown Clinton near the historic courthouse, downtown Historic Jackson and surrounding cities in the Feliciana's! Janine Kharey with Wild Ones […]

Yard to Habitat Workshop – Lafayette

Yard-to-Habitat (Y2H) workshop at the Ira Nelson Horticulture Center. Get an introduction to native garden design and small group help on your landscape plan and plant list with experienced habitat gardeners. Registration will open on the Acadiana Native Plant Society's website (https://www.greauxnative.org/) mid-May. Limited to 20. Announcement will be by email and on Facebook. $40/32 […]

Abbeville Daylily Festival & Garden Show

A celebration of horticulture and all that it involves from plants, garden accessories, educational speakers and food booths. Sale booths will include: Daylilies, Hibiscus, Rare and Unusual Plants, Garden Supplies, Tools, Patio Items, Birdhouses, and more all underneath the beautiful oaks in Magdalen Square. 8:30am -3pm Location: Downtown Magdalen Square Abbeville, LA 70510 Phone: 337-652-2239

Medicinal Plants for Gardens of the Southeast – Picayune, MS

Jennifer Blanchard coordinates the medicinal plant certification program at Louisiana State University and has developed a new course focused on the native indigenous plants of Louisiana. With over two decades of experience in botanical research and environmental sciences studies, she is enthusiastic about sharing information on the propagation and use of native medicinal plants in […]

Wild Edibles & Useful Plants of the Gulf South – Picayune, MS

Botanist, conservationist, and taxonomist Dr. Charles Allen is regarded as one of the region’s foremost native plant educators. In this program, he will focus on foraging for wild edibles and the useful plant species native to the Gulf Coast. The event begins with a discussion of plants gathered by Dr. Allen, and the audience will be invited […]

Plant Sale – Arnaudville

End of Season plant sale at June Walker Memorial Greenhouse, 1046 Main Hwy, Arnaudville. There will also be a Drop In Y2H consultation to get help on your projects.

34th Annual BBBBB – Allen Acres

BOGS, BOLETES, BAYGALLS, BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES, BOTANICAL BLISS, BIG FOOT, BATES MOTEL, BIOBLITZ: The 34th Annual BBBBB June 7-9 34th annual BBB: Hope to see the snowy orchid and broad leaved Barbara’s buttons plus pitcher plant bog plants. For more information, contact Dr. Charles Allen or Susan Allen 337-328-2252 email native@camtel.net. You are invited to stay […]

Pollinator Plant Sale – Crosby Arboretum, Picayune MS

Friday, June 14, 2024 & Saturday June 15 - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Members enter each day at 9:00 a.m.) This sale will feature native pollinator plants, including milkweed and other useful and attractive species for your yard and garden. Come browse these hard-to-find native species and enjoy this opportunity to speak with plant professionals that […]

Weed Management – Zoom Presentation

Weed management Zoom meeting presented by Jennifer Prout. Outline of presentation TBA. REGISTRATION WILL BE REQUIRED.  Sponsored by Wild Ones Pontchartrain Basin.

Cullowhee Native Plant Conference – Western Carolina University

The Cullowhee Native Plant Conference July 17-20, 2024 Western Carolina University Cullowhee, NC Registration for 2024 opens April 1. https://www.wcu.edu/engage/professional-enrichment/conferences-and-community-classes/the-cullowhee-native-plant-conference/index.aspx

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