Native plants to be highlighted at Patrick's Point State Park
TRINIDAD- Tucked under the tall trees at Patrick's Point State Park is a 50-year-old garden that features native plants from the area. State Park employees and volunteers have been working over the winter months to put up signs and descriptions of the more than 60 different, indigenous plants.
Environmental Scientist Michelle Forys, who works for the park, said it will help to answer many visitors questions. Forys said there are several different types of berries, shrubs and trees that guests are curious about.
Several signs are in place at the park and the project is planned to be completed by May.
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