The 8th annual Flytrap Frolic is this weekend, and its free of charge! Want to learn more about this carnivorous plant?
Come to the Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Garden and be a part of the Flytrap Frolic.
The Flytrap Frolic is a free environmental education event, geared toward families, featuring native carnivorous plants that thrive in southeastern NC.
- a plant identification scavenger hunt
- flytrap-themed crafts
- feely-box exploration
- live animal exhibits
Participants will have a chance to tour the garden and learn about the special wetlands that are home to these amazing, local carnivorous plants.
The event is designed to be interactive, featuring face-painting, an interactive touch box activity, as well as educators on the site… a celebration of all things flytrap.
Flytraps — grown in a cultivated, controlled setting — will be available for $5 for the first 100 interested buyers.
The event will be held April, 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you can’t make it, the Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Garden — a city of Wilmington park — is open 365 days a year from dawn until dusk.
For more information on the Flytrap Frolic, visit Coastal Land Trust’s website
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