Did you know that many of Florida’s native plants are edible? Even some that are commonly used or found in landscapes have culinary value. This course uses a presentation plus show-and-tell demonstration format to introduce participants to the edible, medicinal and nutritional properties of some common native plants. The class will learn how to identify these plants, what parts are edible, ways to prepare and consume them, and how to use them in the landscape. The presentation will also include a walking tour, which will allow participants to see some of these plants in use and possibly offer opportunities for sensory experiences.
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)
Florida DBPR Board of Landscape Architecture: Course #: 0005309
Regulatory Council of Community Association Managers: pending
FNGLA: 2 CEUs for FNGLA certified horticulture and landscape professionals.
ISA Certified Arborists: 2, BCMA-Science: 2, TW Climber Specialist: 2, TW Aerial Lift Specialist: 2, Municipal Specialist: 2
- How to Identify edible plants
- Ways to prepare and consume edible plants
- How to use them in the landscape<
- Walking tour of Mounts to see some edible plants in use
This session is sponsored by the Wildflower Seed and Plant Growers Association
Community Associations Garden/Landscape LA CE credits Plants