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22 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, April 15 - Tlursday, April 17, 2008 .i Plants Continued from page 21 suburban gardens on which our wildlife increasingly depends. His central message, "...unless we restore native plants to our suburban ecosystems, the future of biodiversity in the United States is dim." The presentation is free of charge and the Good Earth Market is providing organic refreshments for those who attend. Gardening for the Bays T- shirts will be available for sale for $10. The Gardening for the Bays Native Plant Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 3, at the James Farm Ecological Preserve in Ocean View. The Good Earth Market is located on Rt. 26, four and a half miles west of Bethany Beach, just west of the Route 17 intersection. For more information call Sally Boswell at 645-7325 or email at outreach@inlandbays.org. FFA leaders to speak at ag breakfast Young leaders from the Delaware chapter of Future Farmers of America, also known as FFA, will be the featured speakers at the Friends of Agriculture Breakfast, to be held Friday, April 18, in Dover. The FFA organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by develop- ing their potential for leadership, personal growth and career suc- cess. "Delaware FFA members are tile cream of the crop," said Jan Seitz, associate dean and director of University of Delaware Cooperative Extension. "They represent the future of agriculture and the future of Delaware. I am eager to hear their insights on growing, serving and leading via the FFA organization." The Friends of Agriculture Breakfast will be held at the Dover Sheraton, beginning at 7:15 a.m. Registration is $15. For more information, or to register, call Alice Moore at 302-831- 2504. David G. Smith photos Shown above is swamp Jack in the pulpit in bloom, a native wildflower of our forests. Top left, after the blooms come the fruit of the Jack in the pulpit plant. Above right, blue flag iris is another plant native to the Inland Bays area. LAW00;ON'S PRODUCE BULK MULCH Triple Grind $20/yard (fine coarse, all natural) Root Mulch $24/yard (very fine, aged, all natural) BLACK. BROWN. RED $26/yard Topsoil $20/yard Palletized Stone & Loose Stone Available KI Bagged Mulch: Hardwood, Red, Black, Pine & Cedar- I Bagged Top Soil, Play Sand, Peat Moss & Potting Soil Carolina Long Pine Needles "Supplying Nature's Best" Wholesale Available Closed Sundays Walk Different! Think! J--eOMFORT,.,- =mdlmk In-roman rtlM.dmAve m00mmh0eee 302427Hm teTs6 coastal Hw ,0sw(1) Grizzly's is Your Organic Gardening Source ., FRESH SOD in small and large quantities. You can have an instant, beautiful lawn as low as 30 a sq. ft. PINE MULCH IN BULK Blonde and beautltull insect resistant. 20144 John J. Williams Hw/. (Rt. 24), Lewes, DE 19958 Call for diredions: 30Z644.0654 or 800.355.4544 docgrizzly.com grizzly@dmv.com ' MULCH COMPOST BLENDED TOPSOIL STONE PAVERS SOD