FNPS Promotes

the Preservation, Conservation, and Restoration of the Native Plants and Native Plant Communities of Florida.

We provide scientifically sound information on native plants, their habitats, the wildlife that depends on them, and their management and culture

Photographs by Donna Bollenbach, Catherine Bowman, and Shirley Denton


State Summit on the Texas Phoenix Palm Decline disease

Posted August 15, 2017

Texas Phoenix Palm Decline Disease is a serious threat to our native Sabal populations and has spread to 1/3 of Florida’s counties. The first annual state summit on the Texas Phoenix Palm Decline disease is scheduled for Wednesday Sept. 27, 2017. A maximum of 40 people can attend the summit so hurry…

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The Valencia Peace Garden

Posted July 18, 2017

The Pine Lily Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society (in Osceola County) has contributed the design for a local pollinator garden on the campus of Valencia College.  The garden is called “The Valencia Peace Garden” and will house a memorial to the Valencia students that perished in the…

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Coming Soon: Florida Native Plant Month 2017

Posted August 09, 2017

Florida Native Plant Month is coming soon!  Our third year of a statewide, campaign in the fall to promote all things native plant is almost ready to launch.  Stay tuned to all FNPS channels: right here on FNPS.org, click here for FNPS facebook page and click here for FNPS twitter.

Interested in being a sponsor for 2017 Florida Native Plant Month? Contact FNPS Development Director Andy Taylor at andy@fnps.org or 813-416-6880. 



Rain Forests and Waterfalls of the Appalachians Tour

Posted July 17, 2017

Rain Forests and Waterfalls of the Appalachians Tour September 10 – 15, 2017 Don’t let September slip away.  It will be here sooner than you think. Our native plant society is embarking on an adventure to the Appalachians this summer to botanize, socialize and explore the mountains on a refreshing…

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A New Way to Support FNPS

Posted July 08, 2017

Do you have a vehicle that you no longer drive?  You can now donate it to FNPS.  Your donation will be tax deductable.  Click on the link below for more information.

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