Citrus Chapter

Florida Native Plant Society

Welcome !

Welcome to the Citrus Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society. Please join us in learning about native plants and native plant communities. 

R E G E N E R A T E  B I O D I V E R S I T Y


Presentation: Natives for Newbies - January 24th 1:00pm

Want to include Florida native plants in your landscape, but are confused about how to start or what to plant? This is the lecture for you! Athena Philips will cover the fundamental principles of landscaping with natives and the resources to help make you an expert. Newbies take note, our Chapter Plant Sale starts Feb 1st!!
Free program, hosted by the Central Ridge Library, Beverly Hills.

Chapter Meeting February 1st

Time to kick off our chapter plant sale with a guest presentation by Heather Blake of Natural Treasures Farm and Nursery. Heather will share with us her thoughts and experience on using native plants in a sustainable landscape.

"Barbara's Bits" leads as the pre-meeting presentation at 6:15pm,  the brief Business meeting starts at 7pm, followed by the guest speaker. We will have our plant table, merchandise, free informational handouts, and sign up sheets for upcoming events. We ask that anyone attending to please wear a mask. 



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Citrus Native Plant Society
PO Box 465, Lecanto, FL 34460
352 631-8444

Chapter Co-Presidents
Athena Philips and Sue Wassermann

Chapter Representative


We would like to hear from you:



We would like to invite you to join us in learning about native plants and native plant communities.  Join us to learn about sustainable landscaping and creating habitats that will attract and support native pollinators, butterflies, birds, and other wildlife.

Participate in our special events such as field trips and conferences.  Participate in Florida Native Plant Society events including virtual programs on many aspects of botany and plant ecology.

Original photo (Asclepias perennis) by Gail Taylor


Published on  January 10th, 2022