The Landscape Committee invites you to join us in improving the Conservation, Preservation, and Restoration of Florida's native plants through careful and truely Florida friendly landscaping practices.
Develop landscaping standards for Homeowners Associations.
Benefits of Natives White Paper
Prepare to distribute to landscape designers/architects, the American Society of Landscape Architects – Florida Chapter (ASLA) and the Florida Nursery Growers and Landscape Association (FNGLA) to educate on the benefits of native plants, promote the use of native plants, discourage the use of FLEPPC plants and provide a professional code of conduct.
Certified Native Landscape Program
Recognition signage for those residential and business landscapes that meet the definition of a "native plant landscape*
*Definition being developed for FNPS Board of Director’s approval.
Landscape Training Program
Create and provide a training program for FNPS chapter members.
Current titles are: “Sustainable Native Landscape Design” and “Trees Need People and People Need Trees”
Create ;20 minute presentations with accompanying script for each of the following audiences
- General Public
- Landscape Designers
- City/County staff
- Middle School Students
Pictoral Booklets of Native and Invasive Species
Create a pictoral booklet of native plants and invasive species for the Landscape Maintenance Association and the Landscape Inspectors Association. Incorporate pictures of native plants for use in landscape plan approval and field inspections for each region for city/county staff.
Landscape Design and Landscape Maintenance Workshops
Provide resources to Chapters to present Landscape Workshops in different regions of Florida
Develop Grades and Standards for Native Plants
Create G&S for native plants and pursue implementation in the FNGLA Standards