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May 28: Native Plants That Help Soak Up the Rain

“It’s very exciting to see more people interested in revitalizing our Texas waterways and natural habitat by installing a rain garden in their small yards or larger properties,” said Shannon Brown, speaker at the May 28 Fredericksburg chapter NPSOT meeting and founder of Ecosystem Regeneration Artisans (ERA) Landscapes. “Rain gardens and native plant landscapes have different growing habits and care needs than traditional plants and lawns, and it’s important to plant the right natives so they’ll thrive and require less work.”

2024 Nominations for Annual Awards End May 31st!

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

Yantis Prairie Field Trip with Julie Mattox

One of the many benefits of joining the Native Plant Society of Texas is participating in special state and chapter events. The Lakes and Pines Chapter took a field trip

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