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Details: Knox-Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District Program Fee: /WSP Member; /non-member - pm Join Wild Seed Project’s Heather Mc Cargo to visit a lovely hillside garden overlooking the Atlantic ocean near Two Lights State Park in Cape Elizabeth.This garden was created by an inspiring and experienced plants-woman and includes many native plants, a vegetable garden, perennial food crops including fruiting shrubs and trees, stone walls and terraces, a fire pit, mini woodland, and more.Details: Maine Audubon am- pm and am- pm Wild Seed Project will have a table at the event on May 5th, and will be demonstrating how to make seed balls with native species.We will also be selling our magazines and *new* T-shirts.Plants expected to be encountered will range from native edible species (i.e., species you might want to add to your landscape) to non-native weeds and invasive species (i.e., plants you would not want to add to your landscape, but nevertheless can offer abundant and tasty foraging opportunities).After Russ’s walk, join Maine Audubon for their third annual retail plants sale designed to help gardeners and homeowners integrate native species in yards, gardens and containers.Peruse their sale and ask their experts for advice on plant selection and landscaping.Details: Grow Native Massachusetts am- pm Join the Garden Club Federation of Maine and Coast Maine Botanical Gardens for a daylong primer in native plants.
In this walk, we will learn about some of the wildflowers, ferns, shrubs and trees native to Maine.
Wild Seed Project will be at the plant sale all day to chat about native plants, so come by!
We’ll have a table with our magazines, t-shirts, and hats for sale.
- am Join us for a walk led by wildlife ecologist Deb Perkins and landowner and birder David Haines.
We will be taking a slow and thoughtful walk through a select portion of the 260-acre Haines property while Deb points out different types of wildlife habitat and high-value plants and trees – including May’s magical wildflowers!