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Wild Seed Project: Returning native plants to the Maine landscape

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Gardening with Nature (Field Study)

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens 105 Botanical Gardens Drive, Boothbay

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Join Wild Seed Project’s Anna Fialkoff at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens to learn garden design and management strategies that work with nature, encouraging and embracing biodiversity and sustaining healthy, low-maintenance gardens. .

Webinar: Creating Native Plant Palettes for Beauty and Biodiversity

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Choosing native plants for your landscape this fall should be fun and creative, not daunting or complicated! Join Wild Seed Project's Anna Fialkoff for this webinar, where you'll learn how to create a native plant palette with a suite of trees and ground covers that will work well in your unique landscape. With sample plant lists for various conditions, Anna will give you step-by-step guidance to inspire you with ideas for this year’s fall planting.

Native Plant Walk at the Fort Williams Park Children’s Garden

Fort Williams Park 1000 Shore Rd, Cape Elizabeth

The children’s garden at Fort Williams Park is a dynamic play area planted with a wide variety of native plants, including lot's of smooth blue aster. Tour the garden with Anna Fialkoff, WSP program manager, and get inspired to plant more natives in your yard, park, or play ground. If you like, stay afterward the walk and picnic in the park for dinner. Limit 20: Make sure to register before it gets sold out!