Seedlings for Schools

Wildflowers and classroom resources for Florida schools are provided through this program. Grants include $50 worth of plants, classroom resources and professional guidance on garden establishment. Grants are awarded in late June; plants are shipped in September in time for the new school year. Teachers who are awarded grants are eligible to receive more wildflowers in the spring if fall gardens are successfully established and cared for.

Public, private and homeschool pre-K through grade 12 teachers may apply.Wildflower garden must be planted on property accessible to the public.

Applications for the 2019 grant period are being accepted now through June 15, 2019. Awards will be announced on June 30, 2019.


For more information, visit https://flawildflowers.org/grants/#seedlings-for-schools

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