Promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida

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MEET with us on 2nd Wednesdays 7 pm at the Secret Woods (Calendar & Map tabs above).

WALK with us on Monthly Fieldtrips (Calendar tab above).

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First-ever FNPS Landscaping Brochure

Here is the new Southeast Regional FNPS Native Landscaping brochure (Brevard to Dade) to be published in early 2017 (January, we hope). One side shows 63 recommended landscape species in their "right place" (sunny-dry soils, for example) with at least 6 species for each light and soil-moisture zone. The other side has basic native landscaping tips and recommended links and books for additonal information.

Look below for a comprehensive list of Broward County landscape and ethusiast species using the same light and soil-moisture zones and sorted by plant size. This comprehensive list is a full pallet of species landscapers can use to design innovative native landscaping in Broward.

This list of 386 species includes an index, if you can't find your favorite species in the expected zone. Get addtional details for every species listed at RegionalConservation.org, "Natives For Your Neighborhood."

NATIVE NURSERIES list online...  (download or print it)

The short film below was produced, directed, and filmed by Jennifer Brown. Debra Klein conceived it and the FNPS Education Committee (Debra Klein, Ellen Broderick, and Richard Brownscombe) was executive producer. Enjoy this prairie field trip with Roger Hammer and Craig Huegel.

Florida Kissimmee Prairie Wildflower Walk from Florida Native Plant Society on Vimeo.

Looking for native plants for your garden? Don't get discouraged! Fill out our new Native Plant Wishlist form. We'll help locate a nursery that sells them. Don't forget to indicate the pot sizes you prefer.

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Published on  22.11.2016