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Spring Beauty: Bluebonnets, Firewheels and Other spring Wildflowers
Part of our seasonal Native Plant Series
Time:   6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Date: 4/10/2012  
Location: Round Rock Public Library
216 E. Main St., Round Rock, Texas  78664 (Map)
Cost: $0

Photo by khowaga1 from FlickrThe Round Rock Public Library presents the next program in our series on Texas native plants and how to grow them: Spring Beauty: Bluebonnets, Firewheels and Other Spring Wildflowers. 

The presentation will be from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Tuesday, April 10 at the Library.

Spring comes alive with a visual journey of Texas wildflowers presented by naturalist Stephen Brueggerhoff. Stephen will present lovely pictures of Spring bloomers and tell you of his top ten favorites and how to grow them. He will also share a legend of the Bluebonnet, and invites you to share stories about your favorite wildflowers.

Program is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the Native Plant Society of Texas.

About the speaker
Stephen Brueggerhoff is Extension Specialist for Texas A&M’s AgriLife Extension Service in the Department of Tourism and Recreation, overseeing customer service training and accreditation programs for best practices in customer service and support. Stephen is also on an executive committee for the Native Plant Society of Texas. He holds a B.S. in Horticulture from Sam Houston State University (1993), and a Masters of Forest Resources focusing on botanical garden interpretation from the University of Washington (2002). Stephen has more than 9 years experience in botanical garden administration and management, focusing on promoting regional ecological principles and educating the public about native plant ecology. Stephen continues to promote the mission of NPSOT through workshop, symposia, and conference development, as well as through public awareness programs.

For more information, please contact Kate Jarboe.
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