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02/12/18
Weeding the Coonties and Saw Palmettos.
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Feb 8, 2018 preparing to mulch picnic table area.
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Feb 6, 2018
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Restoration team, 1/9/18
Our pineland has been added to the Connect to Protect Network. Below is some information from Jenn Possley (FTBG Field Biologist and Conservation Team leader) regarding plants they can offer to us. We should target early March 2018 to have our plot area ready! I suggest we definitely get Croton linearis and a variety of the herbs/grasses. We can then suppliment with additional plants we can purchase depending on our fundraiser success. We also should be sure to finish the wall, mulching and sand additions prior to adding more plants. ....

Lets plan a meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 16th to review our priorities and staus with the project!
Ms. Woodmansee

Dec. 2017 email
Hi, Jolynne et al.,
March will definitely have a plant distribution day! Most likely Saturday the 3rd, 10am to noon, but watch our newsletter or just check with me to make sure.
We don't have a complete plant list but I have a partial list to give you an idea of what we have in stock; I have pasted it below.
Happy New Year!
--Jenn


LARGE TREES
Only Dade County pine – Pinus elliottii var. densa

SMALL TREES
Krug's Holly – Ilex krugiana
Mexican Alvaradoa – Alvaradoa amorphoides
Rough velvetseed – Guettarda scabra

SHRUBS
Pineland Lantana – Lantana depressa var. depressa
Pineland sage – Lantana involucrata
Beautyberry – Callicarpa americana
Pineland croton – Croton linearis

HERBS & GRASSES
Muhly grass – Muhlenbergia capillaris
Coontie – Zamia integrifolia
Low rattlebox – Crotalaria pumila
Pine pink – Bletia purpurea
Ground cherry – Physalis walteri
Corkystem passionflower – Passiflora suberosa
Ironweed – Vernonia blodgettii
Havana skullcap – Scutellaria havanensis

A Great resource to look up further info is IRC’s Natives for Your Neighborhood website
http://www.regionalconservation.org/beta/nfyn/

Justin - where is the list regarding Talandsia supplies I requested?

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What do you guys think of the note?

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Hey Evelyn, coffee grounds are great to combat scales on cycads, check out this article attached.
You can get them from any Starbucks for free and use it for mulching!
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