Tag: pollinators

Gardening for Pollinators Class

Learn which plants and gardening techniques will attract the greatest number of pollinators to your garden. Topics will include attracting butterflies, bees and native pollinators, nectar and host plants, native bee nest boxes and more. $10 per person…. Read More

Wildflowers, What’s Blooming Series: Carnivorous Plants

waterlily flower and leaves

While most plants get eaten by bugs, these plants do the eating!  In this issue of Wildflowers: What’s Blooming, we explore native carnivorous plants of Florida.  These special plants obtain their nutrients from trapping and consuming animals (typically… Read More

Wildflowers, What’s Blooming Series: Plants with Animal Names

waterlily flower and leaves

Named by Ponce de Leon in 1513, La Florida means “Land of Flowers” — and indeed it is!  Florida has more than 3,600 native and naturalized flowering species. Wildflowers are plants that grow in their natural state with… Read More

Wildflowers, What’s Blooming Series: From Common to Rare

waterlily flower and leaves

Named by Ponce de Leon in 1513, La Florida means “Land of Flowers” — and indeed it is! Florida has more than 3,600 native and naturalized flowering species. Wildflowers are plants that grow in their natural state with… Read More

Pollinator & Landscape Classes

orange flowers in landscape

The following classes will be offered during March at the Baker County Extension Office:  Gardening for Pollinators & Landscaping for Success March 22        Gardening for Pollinators, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Baker County Extension Office. Learn which plants… Read More

Native Pollinator Workshop

When people think about pollination, the honey bee immediately comes to mind. But honey bees are not native to the Americas. There are many other native insects that serve as pollinators for 75% of U.S. flowering plant species…. Read More