Bees, Butterflies and Beyond Symposium, October 5th

Coastal Plain Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society is hosting the 6th Bees, Butterflies and Beyond Symposium: Designing a Pollinator Habitat with Native Plants See read more

Certificate in Native Plants Program now at UGA Tifton Campus

Starting January 2019 the Certificate in Native Plants program will  be offered in addition at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus.  This successful program has been running at the State Botanical Garden in Athens for many years.  Programming at the Tifton campus... read more

Chapter News – November 2017

We appreciate our chapters so much, helping to bring activities even closer to our state-wide members. We have status from all 3 chapters this morning, so keep reading (and click to enlarge their pictures). From the West GA Chapter in Carrollton: Our chapter’s primary... read more

From one pitcher plant bog, four more may grow thanks to DNR, state parks, dedicated volunteers of the Georgia Native Plant Society

Rebecca Byrd of the Georgia DNR and Amy Heidt, GNPS set out milkweed at General Coffee State Park The clod of potting soil in a state park employee’s hand is dusted with fragile green leaves. When it is planted into the ground, this seedling will disappear amid... read more

A Day in the Woods

The Coastal Plain Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society is planning to meet in conjunction with A Day in the Woods at Gaskins Forest Education Center in Alapaha, Georgia on April 23, 2016.  The event includes forest and wildlife activities for the whole family. ... read more

Wolf Creek Trout Lily

The bloom is coming up of tens of millions of trout lilies at Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve in Grady County. The Coastal Plain Chapter and others from GNPS are invited to join Georgia Botanical Society for a field trip February 13, 1-3 pm.  For people who want to... read more

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