February 2: Here we grow.

The series will take place on the first Tuesday of each week in February 2021, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

February 9: What nobody ever informed you about the birds and the bees.

Visit the website to learn more: www.myclearwater.com/bbn

Gardening can be both a pastime and a healthy, rewarding lifestyle. In this four-week virtual conference series, youll learn tricks from local professionals for growing your own vegetables, fruit, and flowers, and for making your grass and landscaping thrive sustainably.

Whether you grow food or flowers, science can assist. Learn how to prepare the soil, water ecologically, use suitable fertilizer and garden compost.

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In this session, we will hear from local native plant and ecosystem experts on how you can bring in and support pollinators

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February 16: Where does your garden grow?

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Contributing companies include: ColorfulClearwater.com, the Florida Native Plant Society, Wilcox Nursery, Wise Hands, Living Roots Eco Design, Clearwater Garden Club, UF IFAS Pinellas extension, Life Farms, Beacon Food Forest

Whether you live in a personal house or a home, theres a gardening choice to fit everybody, including patio gardens, neighborhood gardens, food forests, school gardens, rain gardens.

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For more details, go to www.myclearwater.com/bbn.

February 23: An introduction to Florida-friendly landscaping.

” Building Better Neighborhoods” is a free, public education series sponsored by the City of Clearwater, the Clearwater Neighborhood Coalition, and the Suncoast Sierra Club.

The session will discuss how to select the right plants so that you can secure our precious resources, conserve cash and have an appealing, low upkeep backyard. Lead by Doris Heitzman, Florida Friendly Landscaping ™ Program Manager at UF/IFAS Pinellas County Extension