2017 Highlights

Sumter County Recognizes October as Native Plant Month

President Stephen Turnipseed and Chapter Representative Carol Spears receive a proclamation from the Sumter County Commissioner Doug Gilpin. The county recognizes the growth and importance of the mission of the Florida Native Plant Society. They appreciate the work of our members in preserving, conserving and restoring native plants. Sumter County joins FNPS is declaring October "Florida Native Plant Month".

 

President Stephen Turnipseed and Chapter Representative Carol Spears receiving a proclamation from the Sumter County Board of Commissioners September 26th.

FNPS Award of Merit for Georgette, our VP for Field Trips

Development of Landscape Designs for homes in The Villages

Participation in a Plant Sale

The Villages FNPS Chapter will have native plants at the Master Gardener Vendor Sale on Sat. Oct 21, 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the Wildwood Community Center on Powell Road.  We will have over 200 plants representing more than 30 species of the best native plants for central Florida landscapes.  Proceeds support our chapter and our projects.

FNPS Chapter Native Landscape Garden Tour

Our 2nd annual native landscape home garden tour will be on Friday, Sept., 29, 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  More than a half dozen of our chapter members will open their native landscapes for this FNPS members-only self-guided tour.  

FNPS Annual Conference

May 18-21 2017, Westgate River Ranch, River Ranch Florida

Landscape Award of Honor

Georgette's Butterfly Garden received an Award of Honor at the Annual Conference.

 

Meetings

Programs and Speakers for 2017

Past Years

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Published on  08.10.2017