Mission

Promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida

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Welcome to Citrus Chapter

2019 Spring Plant Sale

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Florida Native Plant Society's 39th Annual Conference comes to Crystal River Plantation Inn

May 16-19

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Our theme this year "Transitions" is pertinent to the Nature Coast region of Florida in a number of ways - sea level rise, migrations of ecosystems due to climate change, and the transition zone between north and south Florida.  In this region you will also see the transition of cave system into Karst, spring flows to tannic flows, and water quality transitions.  The region also has a large diversity of plant communities and the transitions between uplands and wetlands are common, dramatic and highly visible – a great place to introduce people to Florida’s diverse natural communities.

You will be delighted by mind-expanding experiences, tempted by sumptuous meals (including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free) and amazed by the networking and social opportunities.

As always, we will offer an abundance of presentations and workshops:

Click here for FREE information: Suggested Trees, Shrubs, Herbaceous Plants and Lichens for Citrus County, videos and more native plant information

ANNOUNCEMENT for Citrus County Fair 2019. Plan Now!
There will be a new Native Plant category in the competitive exhibits for 2019. If you are interested, click here to download information.

Do you have an interesting idea for a native plant project?
Click here to see if you are eligible for a grant from the Citrus County Native Plant Society.

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The Citrus Chapter meets September-May each year. Regular meetings, including an educational speaker, are open to the public and held January-April and September-November at 7pm, typically on the first Tuesday of the month at the Crystal Oaks Civic Center, 4958 W. Crystal Oaks Dr., Lecanto, FL 34461. Members enjoy a potluck picnic and native plant walk in May, and a December holiday party. Schedule is subject to change; call (352) 631-8444 to confirm.

Citrus Native Plant Society
PO Box 465, Lecanto, FL 34460
352 631-8444
citrusNPS@gmail.com
 

Chapter Co-Presidents
Athena Philips and Sue Wassermann

Chapter Representative
Gail G. Taylor
gfgtaylor55@gmail.com
352-212-2390
 

                                                            

 

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Published on  27.02.2019