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Power Plants for Pollinators

Monarch on Gregg’s Mistflower ( Conoclinium dissectum (syn. Conoclinium greggii ), Photo by Shaun McCoshum. By Shaun McCoshum, Ph.D, member at large Pollinator plants: you hear that term used a

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Water-Wise Strategies

Rainwater harvesting system constructed by Travis County Master Gardeners at their demonstration garden. A slanted metal awning doubles as a shady rest area and rain catchment system, while gutters at

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Using the Invasive Plant Database

By Deedy Wright, New Braunfels Chapter Invasive plants are not just a nuisance in the landscape. They’re also one of the biggest threats to conservation efforts today, along with habitat

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Coming Soon: More Native Milkweed!

By Carol Clark, Collin County Chapter Being an advocate for native plants has its disappointments—pristine prairie remnants getting plowed up for housing developments (or worse, another strip mall!), oppositional Home

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April is Native Plant Month

Did you know? S.Res. 603 was agreed to with Unanimous Consent on March 20, 2024, designating April 2024 as National Native Plant Month! “The Native Plant Society of Texas enthusiastically

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Spring 2024 Plant Sales

Spring is a good time to plant native flowers, shrubs, and trees, and many of our chapters have upcoming spring plant sales. Take advantage of this opportunity to easily obtain

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Nominations Are Open for 2024 Annual Awards!

Each year our Society recognizes achievements of individuals and groups whose work supports our mission and enriches our understanding or appreciation of Texas native plants. Awards are presented for acts