Florida-Friendly Landscaping Workshop 2018 “Florida-Friendly Life”
Residents are invited to a workshop offered by Hernando County Utilities and Florida-Friendly Landscaping. “Florida-Friendly Life” will focus on Florida-Friendly principles and how to follow them in your landscape.
The Workshop will be held on February 22, 2018 from 8:30am – 12:30pm at The Lake House, 1202 Kenlake Ave in Spring Hill.
Presentations will include, “The Top Then Things Newcomers Need to Know About Their Florida Yard” by Lilly Browning, Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program Coordinator, “A Journey From Bland to Beautiful – How the Villages are Going Native” by Stephen Turnipseed, President of Florida Native Plant Society, The Villages Chapter, “This Turf is Killing Me – Or Am I Killing It?” by BJ Jarvis, Citrus County Extension Director, and “Recycle Hernando” by Carmen Bruno, Hernando County Solid Waste.
Representatives from Hernando County Mosquito Control, Stormwater Engineering, Master Gardeners, Hernando County Extension Horticulture, Native Plant Society and Sea Grant will also be available at the workshop.
Door prizes, goody bags for everyone and a catered breakfast will be provided.
Cost to attend is $10 per person. Registration is required. Please send checks, written out to HCUD to Hernando County Utilities 15365 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34613. ATTN: Florida-Friendly Landscaping. Customers of Hernando County Utilities will receive a credit of $10 (up to $20 per household) for customers who attend the workshop.
Contact the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ program coordinator, Lilly Browning at (352) 540-6230 for information.