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Williamson County Fall 2023 Native Plant Sale-Online Only

NPSOT-Williamson County Chapter's Fall 2023 Native Plant Sale is ONLINE ONLY. Purchase plants online for one week starting at 12:00AM on Friday morning, September 22, 2023, until 11:59PM on Thursday night, September 28, 2023.  Pick up purchases at Round Rock High School, in Round Rock, TX, on October 14, 2023. Feel free to browse our […]

Event Series Native Garden Workday

Native Garden Workday

Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture 1370 Churchill Drive, New Braunfels, Texas, United States

Please join us at the Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's native demonstration garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Craig Bruska at craigbruska@hotmail.com for details and to confirm the workday.

Fall Plant Sale

Carol Childres and Helen Cappozelli will co-chair the Pines and Prairies Fall Plant Sale which will be held in conjunction with The Woodlands Landscaping Solutions event on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at Rob Fleming Park, 6464 Creekside Forest Dr, The Woodlands. Plant List (will be finalized on September 25) One of the biggest challenges is […]

Native Plants that Love our Soil and Weather in Comal County – by Deedy Wright

Want to know about plants that will grow in black gumbo clay in the NewBraunfels city limits, or what will grow in virtually no soil out toward CanyonLake? Come find out some native plants that can do that and like where they are. Canyon High School You must register at: https://comalisd.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf%5bcategory%5d=14

Boerne Chapter Meeting

Boerne Chapter Meeting 6:00pm Social Time; 6:45pm Announcements and Presentation. Cibolo Nature Center Auditorium Topic: Mushroom Blocks to Promote Healthier Tree Soil Presenter: Angelica Torres, a local mushroom farmer, and native, edible plant enthusiast. From 2013 to 2015 she studied to become a chef at Le Cordon Bleu in Los Angeles. Angelica is a recent graduate […]

Wild DFW – Collin County Chapter Meeting – October 3

Wild DFW: A Deep Dive into North Texas Ecotone & its Natural Wonders Author Amy Martin shares the fun yet nerdy naturalist material from Wild DFW: Explore the Amazing Nature Around Dallas-Fort Worth. Why is North Texas an epic ecotone? What is the Great Trinity Forest the easternmost example of? How do tilted layers of bedrock […]

Event Series Native Garden Workday

Native Garden Workday

Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country 4831 FM2673, Canyon Lake, Texas, United States

Please join us at the Heritage Museum to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's Demonstration Garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Mickey Riviere at mr0752@gvtc.com or Peggy Haley at phaley@gt.rr.com to confirm the workday.

Designing a Pollinator Garden

Adding a pollinator garden to your landscape is a wonderful way to support the insects and birds that enable all things to grow, and a wonderful way to interest children and adults alike in nature and the outdoors.
Sponsored by Keep Lewisville Beautiful and the Denton County Master Gardener Association

North Central Native Plant Exchange

Plant exchange, bring your favorite plant! Bring your favorite native plant to our chapter meeting and share with us why you love it. Exchange it for a new plant to take home.

Fall Native Plant Sale – Austin

Dowell Ranch Preserve 301 West FM 1626, Manchaca, TX, United States

Visit our plant sale page for more information.

Dallas Fall 2023 Plant Sale

Join us for our fall plant sale at our meeting location under the main entry awning. If you have plans to donate plants, please let us know what and how many and we'll create a list of availability for our shoppers. Please also pot as soon as you can for best root growth. Note: all […]

Plant Sale

At the Headwaters at the Comal Headwaters - while supplies last

Fall Plant Sale – Dallas Chapter NPSOT

We will be hosting our Fall Plant Sale on October 7, 2023 from 8am till noon, at the Gaston Christian Center – 8515 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75243 (Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/f56RmuSnjn9Z6RQQ6 ) See our PLANT SALE PAGE for more info and a list of available plants.

Fall Plant Sale, North Central Chapter

Veterans Park Grand Pavilion8901 Clifford St.White Settlement, TX 76108 The Sale feature a large variety of Texas Native Plant species good for our soils and climate. Native Plants make healthy Habitats: Many hard to find species including: These plants are often not available in the commercial nursery trade, yet are wonderful additions to your landscapes […]

Seven Flags over Texas benefit

at Historic Old Town, Conservation Plaza, 1300 Churchill, New Braunfels, TX 78130  More details soon.

Founders Oak garden workdays

meet at Founders Oak in Landa Park and bring your favorite garden tools for planting and mulching.

Event Series Native Garden Workday

Native Garden Workday

Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture 1370 Churchill Drive, New Braunfels, Texas, United States

Please join us at the Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture to help maintain the Lindheimer Chapter's native demonstration garden. Please bring water, closed toe shoes, gloves, and your favorite gardening tools. Contact Craig Bruska at craigbruska@hotmail.com for details and to confirm the workday.

NPSOT Executive Board Meeting

Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) Executive Board meetings occur monthly and any member may attend. Contact the Executive Director prior to the meeting at state@npsot.org for Zoom and applicable document links. Please be prepared to follow the Visitor's Executive Meeting Protocol.

Texas Native Plant Week

The third week of October was designated as Texas Native Plant Week by the 2009 Texas Legislature. Texas Native Plants play an important conservation role, and the Texas Annual Wildflower Week educates children and homeowners about the importance of native plants, with many educational opportunities such as plant walks, plant sales, and other outdoor events. Click here if you […]

Texas Native Plant Week

Did you know that in 2009, under Governor Rick Perry, designated the third week of October as Texas Native Plant Week? It was created with the goal to publicize conservation and to hell educate the public. For the week of October 15-21 we are asking everyone to participate in showing off their gardens! Each day […]

Ann Miller Gonzalez Graduate Research Grant Applications Due

Ann Miller Gonzalez Graduate Research Grants This research grant is named in honor of an early supporter of Texas native plants. The maximum amount of each grant is $2500 for the duration of the grantee’s research project. Grant applications are accepted September 1, 2023 through  October 15, 2023 and funds will be distributed in January 2024. See […]