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Remove invasive plants to allow natives to grow back at Little Paint Branch Park. Beltsville

Date: Saturday, March 29, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Presented by: Maryland Chapter
Leader: Marc Imlay - 301-442-5657 ialm@erols.com
Registration: Registration Optional
Level: Easy
Location: 3900 Sellman Road, Beltsville, MD 20705

Native plants to enjoy and protect at Little Paint Branch Park are Jack in the Pulpit, White Wood Aster, Spring Beauty, Trout Lilly, Strawberry Bush, American Holly, Spotted Touch-me-not (Jewel Weed), Eastern Grasswort, Woodrush, Flat Tree Club Moss, Partridge-berry, Cinnamon Fern, Dwarf Ginseng, Virginia Knotweed, Cinque-foil, Cursed Crowfoot, Buttercup, Dewberry, Black Raspberry, Elderberry, Solomon’s Seal, Goldenrod, Skunk Cabbage, Meadow-Rue, New York Fern, Cranefly Orchid, Low Blueberry, Possum-haw, Common Blue Violet, and Netted Chain Fern. There are full indoor toilet facilities and a large seating area for lunch. Gloves and tools are provided. We can continue even with a little rain or heat. It is best to wear long sleeve shirts and pants RSVP: Marc Imlay, ialm@erols.com 301-442-5657c