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Butterfly Project Workshop and Native Plant Giveaway

Join GreenThumb and the Butterfly Project in learning the importance of pollinators and how to use native plants to design gardens to nurture them. This event is part of NYC Wildflower Week.

Saturday, May 2 · 11-1 p.m.
Franklin Memorial Garden
1062 Cauldwell Avenue near Boston Road
Bronx, NY

Many thanks to GreenThumb and Wildflower Week for providing the funding to make it happen! Please note plants are only available for planting in community gardens and other public spaces.

DIRECTIONS: Subway: Take the 2 to Prospect Ave. Walk north on Prospect Ave towards E 161st St.Turn left onto E 165th St, and then right onto Cauldwell Ave. Bus: Take the M15L to East Harlem, getting off at E 125 St. Transfer to the Bx15 and get off at 3 Ave and E 163 St. Walk north on 3rd Ave towards Boston Rd. Turn right onto Boston Rd, then right onto E 165th St, and left onto Cauldwell. Ride A Bike!

Contact Ursula Chanse at for more information.

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