Wednesday, November 15, 2017

7:00 pm

Nanette O'Hara, Tampa Estuary Program

If you plant it, they will come! But what to plant, and when, and exactly WHAT will come? This interactive presentation will highlight simple tips for attracting bees, butterflies, moths and beneficial wasps to your own piece of Florida paradise.

The talk will highlight a recommended “Pollinator Palette” of native wildflowers, trees, and shrubs for West Central Florida landscapes. Florida alone has 316 native bee species – come learn how even tiny urban habitats can help support these critically important engines of food production!
About the Speaker:
After 20 years with the Tampa Bay Estuary Program, Nanette O'Hara is retiring in November to pursue new professional opportunities -- and spend more time enjoying the bay she has worked to protect. Nanette is a Master Gardener volunteer for Hillsborough County Extension, avid nature photographer, saltwater fly angler and a native plant enthusiast who loves to promote “Gardening Like a Floridian.”

Light refreshments are served and a native plant auction follows the presentation.
Hillsborough County Extension Service, 5339 County Rd 579, Seffner, FL 
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