2016 Wildflower Shows, Native Plant Sales and Workshops

Wildflower shows, plant sales and workshops that we know about....Please send any info to NPSO Webmaster

May

Saturday, May 7 10am-4pm
Mother's Day Birding and Wildflower Festival
Silver Falls State Park
A perennial favorite returns - the 38th Annual Birding and Wildflower Festival. Join us in the South Falls Day-Use Area for guided walks, a native plant display, crafts for kids, bird nest box building, a native plant sale, and live raptors!
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Saturday/Sunday, May 7-8 10am-4pm
Shady Cove Wildflower Show- 35th Year!
Hope you can make it to the show! We gather an amazing array of over 200 flowers. Some great prizes will be available for auction, and the plant sale will have vegetable starts, water lilies, and rock garden plants as well as petunias and other flowers.
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Saturday, May 7
Willamette Valley Hardy Plant Group
Eugene
Some but not all plants for sale are Oregon natives. Visit the website for additional event information.
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Sunday, May 15 10am-5pm Mount Pisgah Arboretum Wildflower & Music Festival
A plant sale and hundreds of native wildflowers will be on display. There will be live music, information booths of many local organizations,art and crafts vendors, nature walks, activities for kids, the popular Art in Nature trail, and food! Sponsored by the Mount Pisgah Arboretum, Lane Community College?s Botany Department, and NPSO Emerald Chapter.

Special Court Yard Presentations during the Festival may include a field sketching session and natural history explorations of specific Wildflowers especially this years poster plant Candyflower, Calytonia sibirica

Information: 541-747-3817.
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June

Saturday/Sunday, June 11-12
Central Oregon Wildflower Show
Co-sponsored by the High Desert Chapter of NPSO. Location: Sunriver Nature Center.
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July

Monday-Thursday, July 18-21
Conference: Mistletoes:Pathogens, Keystone Resource, and Medicinal Wonder
Souther Oregon University, Ashland
The five-day event will include plenary sessions on a variety of topics related to Mistletoe: Wildlife & Ecology, Anatomy, Pharmacology, Host/Parasite Interactions, and Recent Taxonomic Changes. Two days of field trips included. Website

 
 
 
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