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WILD FOOD FORAGING - West Palm Beach Pages

Because of the distance from Orlando for Green Deane your attendance must be confirmed ahead of time.

Sunday, September 12th, West Palm Beach, Dreher Park,
8 a.m. until Noon with Green Deane

Dreher Park, West Palm Beach, 1310 Southern Blvd., 33405. Take exit 80 off Interstate 95 and go east. Entrance to the park is an immediate right at the bottom of the interstate bridge. Follow the convoluted signs to the science center.

The Science Center Address is South Florida Science Museum
4801 Dreher Trail N
West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Park anywhere. We meet in front of the science center. It's a noisy area but early in the morning isn't too bad.

Payment method: **Cash** on the day of class. You can pay by credit card by clicking on the LINK below and sending $20 that way….Or, if you have a Pal Pay account log in. The email address is Djordan @ (no spaces.)


The amount of plants we will see depends upon the season and how much mowing they do. Among them are: American Beautyberry, Malaleuca (tea tree) pines, caesar weed, wild grapes, citrus, conyza, smilax, passion flowers, sandspurs, koontie, ipomoea, oaks, commelinas, Emilias, purslane, amaranth, figs, crowfoot grass, surinam cherry, bitter gourd, red spiderling, sea grapes, sida, cattails, yellow pond lillies, Spanish needles, mangos, sedges, wapato, pickerel weed, sabal palms. royal palms, queen palms, bamboo, traveler palms, coconuts, date palms, dollar weed, water hyssop, mahoe, varigated mahoe, seaside mahoe, fishtail palm, podocarpus, lichen, Ilex, and two of the most toxic seeds on earth and an iguana or two.

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