Organization: Collin County


Mealy Blue Sage – A Surefire Winner

Are you seeking a hardy, low-maintenance, and long-blooming native North Texas plant for your landscape? The Mealy Blue Sage (Salvia farinacea) provides a winning combination for the North Texas native

Plant Sale

Coming Soon – Heard Museum Native Plant Sale

The Heard Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary in McKinney will be hosting its annual Spring Native Plant Sale from April 12th to 14th. We are proud to partner with the Heard Museum on this


Hill County Rest Area Monarch Waystations

Seeking Volunteers On Saturday February 17 there will be a workday at the Hill County rest area monarch waystations. This effort is part of a NPSOT project to maintain monarch

Chapter Meeting

No November and December Chapter Meeting

Reminder: There is no chapter meeting on November 7th and December 5th. We’re excited to reconvene on January 2, 2024. Keep an eye out for further info coming next month! 

Chapter Meeting

Potluck Dinner – October 29

In lieu of a chapter meeting on November 3, the Collin County Chapter will be holding our annual Potluck Dinner on Sunday, October 29, from 4:00 – 8:00 PM, at

Native Plants

New NPSOT Yard Signs Now Available

At our upcoming chapter meeting on October 3, we will be selling the new NPSOT signs for display in yards and other areas with native plants. We have four versions


Join Our Team: Volunteer Opportunities Await!

Our chapter actively seeks enthusiastic volunteers to be part of our digital community. Whether you are tech-savvy or just eager to learn, you can help make a difference for our


Doug Tallamy Webinar

Below is a note from the Collin County Master Gardeners Association: Dear Friends at the Native Plant Society of Texas, The Collin County Master Gardeners Association would like to invite