Dade Native Plant Workshop

Enthusiastic folks who wish to learn how to identify South Florida's wild plants

GREETINGS! This free public workshop meets every third tuesday of each month. Novices & Experts alike are welcome.

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March 16, 2021, Dade Native Plant Workshop Field Trip

This month we will meet at Kendall Indian Hammocks Park located here.  Park your car (or bicycle) along SW 79th Street, in  parking area west of skateboard park near the restrooms.  We will meet at the western trailhead.  This hammock is unusual for its highly sandy soil, native hammock species along with non native species occur here.   We will begin the trip at 5:00PM sharp!  Plan…See More
Feb 17
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Puffball fungus (not a plant)."
Feb 8
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"Calyptocarpus vialis, Straggler's Daisy in the Asteraceae.  Not native to Florida, bit of a lawn weed only (not really invasive), it is up to you to remove."
Feb 8
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"My guess is Hyptis mutabilis, in the Lamiaceae (Not native)."
Feb 8
 

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March 16, 2021, Dade Native Plant Workshop Field Trip

This month we will meet at Kendall Indian Hammocks Park located here.  Park your car (or bicycle) along SW 79th Street, in  parking area west of skateboard park near the restrooms.  We will meet at the western trailhead.  This hammock is unusual for its highly sandy soil, native hammock species along with non native species occur here.   We will begin the trip at…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on February 17, 2021 at 5:39pm

16 February 2021 Dade Native Plant Workshop Field Trip to Pine Shore Park

Last month's field trip was a success I think, so we will keep it going.

This month we will meet at Pine Shore Park located here.  Park your car (or bicycle) on the northside of the preserve along SW 126th Street and we will walk south  along the dirt path within the little preserve area.  We will learn Pine Rockland plants, assuming it doesn't burn. Like Ron Ehman Park, this park is small but pretty…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on January 28, 2021 at 7:00pm

January 19 Florida Keys NPW

If you cannot attend the field trip, or if there is time after the field trip (doubtful), you can join an online discussion on Ferns.  Details below.

Greetings everyone!  Here is the connection information for next week's Florida Keys Native Plant Workshop...

 

The next virtual meeting for the Florida Keys Native Plant Workshop is Tuesday January 19 at 5:30 

 

Jennifer Possley from Fairchild…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on January 13, 2021 at 11:10am

Flora of the Southeastern United States FREE DIGITAL COPY

You can download the whole flora, or the region of Florida.

Go here and download it:  

https://ncbg.unc.edu/research/unc-herbarium/floras/

Posted by Steve Woodmansee on December 22, 2020 at 5:40pm

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Cool Online Publication on Native Palm Identification

Check it out here:  …Continue

Started by Steve Woodmansee Jan 9, 2020.

Free Online Native Plant Class

Hey folks,  below is a link to a free online native plant class.  George Rogers is quite talented, and I have used his references many times at the Workshop.  …Continue

Started by Steve Woodmansee Dec 3, 2018.

Urban meadow plants

Hey!  Can you identify this specimen?Continue

Started by Jolynne Woodmansee Nov 17, 2015.

Cool Plant Website 3 Replies

Check out this website which has the current taxonomical names for all plant species in the world!  http://www.theplantlist.org/Continue

Started by Steve Woodmansee. Last reply by Christina Dupuy Oct 11, 2014.

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