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Class in Native Plants

  • Subject: [cg] Class in Native Plants
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2003 16:02:14 EDT

You are invited to
Plant for Life: Include Native Plants,  Workshop with Mark Leger
Sunday, August 17, 2PM    rain or shine
El Jardine del Paradiso
5th Street Garden Entrance, Between Avenue C & Avenue D, Manhattan

Reconnecting with native plants can draw us closer to the wonders of nature, 
the seasonal cycles, and reacquaint us with indigenous species where we live.
Growing plants that are native to your area in your garden, park, or open 
space will help to preserve both plants and wildlife displaced by careless 
development.  Native plants also require little maintenance as they are 
adapted to 
the climate, rainfall, and soil of our area.
Come learn about fostering indigenous habitats.  
Directions to Site 
5th Street via Avenue C or Avenue D, across the street from 717 East 5th 
F or V train to Second Avenue                   
M14 bus (Avenue C or Avenue D)  at 14th Street to 6th Street stop             
For more information Contact Jeanette Pfeifer                       
Phone Number    212-979-5990        

Please forward to individuals who would be intereste

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