Protecting the Texas environment through conservation, research and utilization of native plants
Native Plant Database
Search for plants that fit your landscape by soil type, sun/shade, height, and more
2024 Spring Symposium Registration is Open!
Registration is now full for our 2024 Spring Symposium on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, but you can still register to attend the virtual event!
And mark your calendars for the upcoming Fall Symposium October 10-13, 2024 in New Braunfels. More information and registration details will be coming soon.
Native Plants ...
Are drought-tolerant, naturally conserving our precious water resources
Provide habitat and food for birds, butterflies, bees and other wildlife
Don’t need special pampering or fertilizing
Are natural to their ecosystem
Help us maintain biological biodiversity
Latest Chapter News
Local chapters across the state help promote the Native Plant Society of Texas mission while providing a social context which many members enjoy. Each chapter chooses projects according to the interests of their members, and organizes local field trips, meetings, plant sales and other events. Most chapters publish their own websites and newsletters.
March 26, 2024: Presentation by Dr. Kelly Lyons and CEO Thomas Corser. A Discussion of Arboretum San Antonio
February 2024. Identify some of the more common invasive plants in your area, what makes them so invasive and why they are so popular, plus the native alternatives.
The slides from the presentation on Saturday, February 24, “High
Where to see native plants
Chapter members support native plant gardens, or Chapter Demo Gardens, in many cities and parks in Texas.