613 Riversville Rd. , Greenwich, CT 06831.
On Saturday, 3:00-4:30 pm. Gardeners and nature enthusiasts: Please join us for this special lecture. Listening to the Landscape: Using Nature's Clues to Design a Garden That Works With Scott LaFleur, the Horticulture Director for the New England Wild Flower Society. With native plant selections, gardens can attract more birds, bees, butterflies, and many of Mother Nature's other wonders to your garden. Please join Audubon members and supporters when Scott LaFleur, the Horticulture Director for the New England Wild Flower Society, makes a special visit to teach how to add stunning native plants to gardens. Mr. LaFleur will share favorite combinations of plants for sun, shade, coastal, and woodland settings and teach guests about the symbiotic relationships in natural ecosystems that help guide plant selections for wildlife-inviting, sustainable landscapes. To learn more about native plants for this region and the New England Wild Flower Society, visit: www.NewEnglandWILD.org This is part of our "Audubon At Home http://audubonct.org/BirdSci_AAH.html>" initiative. $5/suggested donation. To RSVP, leave a message at 203-869-5272 x239.