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The March 2017 edition of The Tarpaper is now available!
»»Click Here«« to view it in your browser. Happy reading!
Get ready to sketch with April's presenter!
7pm on 4/4/17 at Leu Gardens
Aprils presentation (click to read full bio) is with Kevin Songer, J.D. Kevin will be talking about native plant artwork among other things. He encourages all attendees to bring paper, pencil, and a clipboard so you can have an interactive presenation with him.
We hope you enjoy this unique opportunity and get inspired by Kevin. See you then!
CHERTOK PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST!
DEADLINE: APRIL 20th
3 CATEGORIES: Adult (Beginners and Advanced) and Youth (under 18). Cheap entry fee! Anyone can enter. See contest rules for complete information.
Tarflower is pleased to sponsor Orange Audubon Society's contest on furthering a common mission:
To promote interest and concern for preserving the native fauna and flora of Florida, and to encourage nature photography and enjoyment and appreciation of our natural wonders
Visit Orange Audubon for additional details or Email here to communicate with a representative for further assistance
FNPS Announces a Spring Trip to Northern Alabama!
April 17th- April 22nd
For more information and updates, please visit FNPS's page about this exciting trip by clicking here
New to native plants? Check out this awesome short film with noted authors Dr. Craig Heugel and Dr. Roger Hammer ☺
The Tarflower Chapter serves Orlando and Orange County
Interested in knowing about native plants in Central Florida? Click here
Interested in knowing about Tarflower Events that sell native plants around the year? Click here (or simply come to our monthly meetings for a chance to win some in our native plant drawings!)
Interested in knowing about native nurseries in your area? Click here
Interested in native plant books? Come to our monthly meetings, save on purchases (we pay your sales tax), and support our mission! Tarflower is pleased to offer the Mike Mingea Lending Library- a free resource to meeting attendees to learn and expand their native plant know-how.
Chapter meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 7p.m. at HARRY P. LEU GARDENS (1920 N. Forest Ave., Orlando. For directions, visit their website or call 407-246-2620, option 1).