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Native Plant Society of Texas

Trinity Forks Chapter

Newsletters-Trinity Forks Native Plant Press

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  • 2024 Newsletters
    • February 2024 – Plant Propagation Essentials (February Presentation), North Central Texas Wildflowers 2nd Edition, Mexican Plum,  NICE Spring: Texas Redbud, PlantArte, Volunteer Opportunities
    • January 2024 –  Learn about using native prairie plants and grasses in your landscape and where to find the right native plants for North Texas

  • 2023 Newsletters
    • November/December 2023 – Argyle Fire Station Rewilding, Texas Native Plant Art Exhibit, Trinity Forks Annual Social, Fall Aster, Why you should save leaves
    • October 2023 – News and announcements, cowpen daisy, butterflies in verse, Indiangrass, where to buy native plants.
    • September 2023 – Trinity Forks NPSOT grant awards, fragrant sumac for fall color, using Lindheimer’s Muhley as a decorative landscape grass, Bringing the Prairie into the City (September 1995), volunteer opportunities for members,
    • August 2023 – Our exciting guest speaker for the August 24th meeting will introduce and show many of the native plants in her landscape (full list of plants on pages 4 and 5). Also learn about growing inland sea oats, luna moths, and our featured project — the children’s Texas Native Plant Art Exhibition.
    • July 2023 – Learn about Trinity Forks 2023 Grant Program, where to buy native plants in the DFW area, and featured articles on the Question Mark Butterfly and Cenizo shrubs
    • June 2023 – Poison hemlock, Fourpoint primrose and Desert willow, June Program by Jerry Hamby: “Monitoring Bluebirds”, NPSOT proposed bylaw revisions
    • May 2023 – successful plant sale, new website Live, native plants for birds and hummingbirds, May program by Susan Pohlen: “Snakes, they always seem to get a bad rap”
    • April 2023-plant sale information, all about frogfruit, April program by Daniel Cunningham: “Successful gardening in shady areas”
    • March 2023
    • February 2023
  • 2022 Newsletters

To  access earlier newsletters click on this link:  Native Plant Press 2003 through 2023