NEWS FROM THE NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY OF TEXAS, GUADALUPE CHAPTER
UPDATE!! – Due to illness Patty Leslie Pastzor will not be able to do her presentation.
Instead, the Speaker will be Leon Dominick,Certified Master Landscape Design Consultant.
Leon will Speak on “Tree Benefits, Selection & Care”.
The Guadalupe Chapter of the Native Plant Society will hold its monthly meeting
Tuesday November 14, 2023 at 7:00 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 1121 E. Walnut
Street, Seguin, Texas. The Presenter will be Patty Leslie Pasztor, author of
“Ethnobotany or Native American and Pioneer Uses of our Native Plants”.
There will be a plant/seed exchange, social time at 6:30 p.m. followed by the
program 7:00 p.m.
Discover the uses of our native plants for food, medicine, fiber, dyes, basketry
and more! She will discuss our native trees, shrubs, and wildflowers, their uses
by Native Americans and early settlers, their modern day applications, as well as
their benefit to wildlife. Patty will have some items for display, including baskets,
roots, natural dyes, and more.
Patty Leslie Pasztor is co-author “Texas Trees, A Friendly Guide”, and author of
“Ethnobotany or Native American and Pioneer Uses of our Native Plants”. A graduate
of Texas A&M, her experience includes many years as the Native Plant
horticulturist/curator at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, Park Naturalist at
Friedrich Wilderness Park, and Adjunct Professor at Alamo Community Colleges. She
presents workshops on topics including Landscaping for Birds & Butterflies, Plant ID,
Edible & Medicinal plants. Patty teaches a class entitled, “Walk on the Wild Side” at
area parks identifying plants, birds, and butterflies. She is also an instructor for
Texas Master Naturalist chapters.
November 14, 2023
First Presbyterian Church, 1121 E. Walnut Street, Seguin, Texas
Parking in rear, enter from N. Moss Street
Meetings are open to the public, visitors are always welcome.
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