Learn about the state’s rare carnivorous plants and support N.C. Coastal Land Trust at this event in Wilmington on June 3.
North Carolina Coastal Land Trust is hosting its 13th annual Flytrap Frolic at the Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Plant Garden on Saturday, June 3.
Attracting hundreds of visitors to Wilmington each year, the free community environmental education event highlights the native carnivorous plants that thrive in southeastern North Carolina. Participants will learn about several types of carnivorous plants, why they grow here and how they trap their prey.
There will be guides in the Rehder Garden to answer questions.
Other aspects of the event include popular carnivorous plant-themed activities, arts and crafts, and face painting. While supplies last, there will also be ethically sourced flytraps for sale to benefit N.C. Coastal Land Trust. Partners from City of Wilmington Parks and Recreation’s Halyburton Park, Sarracenia Conservancy, Carolina Beach State Park and The Nature Conservancy will present at various education tables as well.
The Coastal Land Trust is grateful to have presenting sponsorship support from Land Rover Cape Fear as well as champion sponsorship from Farm Bureau – New Hanover County, Great Outdoor Provision Company and The Murchison Group.
Want to go?
Saturday, June 3, 10 am to 3 pm
Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Plant Garden, 3800 Canterbury Road, Wilmington