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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18 February 2020 Dade Native Plant Workshop

February's topic is the Celastraceae (Stafftree Family), which have six native species in South Florida.  Go to the Institute for Regional Conservation's FISF Online Database Advance Search tab and select "Celastraceae" under the Plant Family look-up, and a list of plants found in South Florida will appear.   Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn’t necessarily cover the…See More
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21 January 2020 Dade Native Plant Workshop

January's topic is the Lentibulariaceae (Bladderwort Family) which includes carnivorous plants such as bladderworts (Utricularia spp.) and Butterworts (Pinguicula spp.).  Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn’t necessarily cover the topic.    The Native Plant Workshop is FREE. Meeting time is at 5:00PM, the third Tuesday of each and every month. We convene at the Miami Dade College Kendall Campus’s Landscape Technology Nursery in the…See More
Dec 18, 2019
 

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18 February 2020 Dade Native Plant Workshop

February's topic is the Celastraceae (Stafftree Family), which have six native species in South Florida.  Go to the Institute for Regional Conservation's FISF Online Database Advance Search tab and select "Celastraceae" under the Plant Family look-up, and a list of plants found in South Florida will appear.   Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn’t necessarily cover…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on January 30, 2020 at 5:30pm

21 January 2020 Dade Native Plant Workshop

January's topic is the Lentibulariaceae (Bladderwort Family) which includes carnivorous plants such as bladderworts (Utricularia spp.) and Butterworts (Pinguicula spp.).  Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn’t necessarily cover the topic.    

The Native Plant Workshop is FREE. Meeting time is at 5:00PM, the third Tuesday of each and every month. We convene at the Miami Dade College…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on December 18, 2019 at 8:38am

December 17, 2019 Dade Native Plant Workshop

December's topic is Gymnosperms (conifers and cycads), Poinsettia (now part of Euphorbia), and Hollies (Aquifoliaceae) .  Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn’t necessarily cover the topic.  This will also be our traditional Christmas Party (19th?), so you are encouraged to bring in a dish or beverage to share.  Holiday Cheer is welcome.  

The Native Plant Workshop is FREE. Meeting time is at 5:00PM, the third Tuesday of each and every month. We…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on November 20, 2019 at 12:00pm

November 19, 2019 Dade Native Plant Workshop

November's topic is the Sunflower family (Asteraceae).  Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn’t necessarily cover the topic.

The Native Plant Workshop is FREE. Meeting time is at 5:00PM, the third Tuesday of each and every month. We convene at the Miami Dade College Kendall Campus’s Landscape Technology Nursery in the northwest corner of the campus. Please park inside of the gate. For a map and address…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on October 16, 2019 at 8:00am

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Cool Online Publication on Native Palm Identification

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Started by Steve Woodmansee Jan 9.

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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