Passport to Nature: Wildflower Gardens and Butterflies

Hosted by the Thames Talbot Land Trust

“Just living is not enough”, said the butterfly, “One must have freedom, sunshine and a little flower” - Hans Christian Anderson

It’s not quite that simple but the little flowers help. At Hawk Cliff we have created an accessible native wildflower garden.  Kim McCabe, landscape designer, will explain how the Auzins Wildflower Garden was designed and created.  Participants will learn how to select and grow native wildflowers that nurture our birds, butterflies and wildlife in Southwestern Ontario.  Afterwards there will be a leisurely walk to view the flowers and butterflies in the nearby meadows in the Hawk Cliff nature reserve.

Registration is required, available on Eventbrite

View the Passport here

WHEN
August 10, 2019 at 1pm - 3pm
WHERE
Hawk Cliff Woods
WHEN
August 10, 2019 at 1pm - 3pm
WHERE
Hawk Cliff Woods
Hawk Cliff Road
Port Stanley, ON N0L 2L0
Canada
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CONTACT
Thames Talbot Land Trust

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