Passionflower Chapter

Florida Native Plant Society

Past Activity News

June 28, 2019 Lake Louisa SP Garden

Seven hardy Passionflower members braved the heat to do some community service while getting a dose of outdoor therapy.  The members volunteered at Lake Louisa State Park pruning, pulling weeds, and planting in the Ranger Station Garden where butterflies and dragonflies kept them company.  Among the weeds found and pulled were Category I invasives (Natal Grass, Caesar’s Weed, and Rosary Pea) and Category II invasives (Praxelis and Balsam Apple).  Volunteers left the garden, a focal point for visitors entering and leaving the park, looking much neater – well, as neat as a native plant wildflower garden can look!

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