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Collin County Chapter – Native Plant Alternatives to Invasives

Our March 5th chapter meeting will include a presentation by Deedy Wright on “I’m Being Invaded! What Can I Do?”. Her talk will define the term “invasive” and discuss reasons for how and why these plants are here, and the damage they do to our environment. In addition, eco-region-specific native “alterNatives” are suggested for some of the more common invasive plants. Our program opens at 6:30, and at 7:00, Rodney Thomas, chapter president, will have a short chapter update, followed by the presentation.

Collin County Master Gardener Show

Be sure to save the dates of March 16 and 17th for the Collin County Master Gardener Show. The annual show is held at Myers Park in McKinney. More information

Blackland Prairie: Catilleja purpurea and Salvia engelmanni. Photo by Don Young

Collin County Chapter – February Meeting

Our presentation will be on “The Blackland Prairie Across Time” by George Diggs, an evolutionary biologist and botany professor at Austin College in Sherman. The Blackland Prairie, one of the

Collin County – January Chapter Meeting

The January 2 Collin County Chapter meeting will be a hybrid meeting. You can attend online or in-person at the Heard Museum in McKinney. Those joining virtually, can connect via

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

Doug Tallamy Webinar – Aug 23

The Collin County Master Gardeners Association would like to invite you to a FREE webinar to hear the world-famous entomologist and proponent for the benefits of native plants—Dr. Doug Tallamy.

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