We are the Native Plant Society of St.
Tammany Parish, Louisiana.
Our Next Meeting:
Sunday, May 18, 2014
At the home of Markey Barre near Hammond, LA.
Driving Directions: Check your newsletter for directions.
New Members are always welcome. The April meeting will be a plant
swap. Native tree seedlings will also be available for new and returning
Have you checked out the new FNPS
Facebook page? If not, you are in
for a surprise. We have posted many native plant photos and links. Members
can also post photos and comments. If you need help identifying a plant,
then post a picture on FNPS Facebook and we'll do our best to help.
Our Study Focus is
Reseeding/Multiplying Flowering Native Perenials, Pollinator Attracting
Natives and Sustainable Gardening.
For questions or directions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
our on-line list
of seasonal blooms in the Education section for a list of spring
blooming native plants with links to pictures of each.
If you are thinking about doing some sustainable gardening or some landscaping
using native plants, you might want to visit the following sites:
Be sure to check
out the page, the FNPS
Projects and People, to find out more about the good works that we
do to help preserve and protect the native flora and the land and water
of St. Tammany Parish.
For information about landscaping with native
plants check out our page about Creating
Native Plant Gardens and also our Gardening
with Native Plants feature on the Education page. You'll find advice
from FNPS experts about how to grow, propagate and landscape with plants
native to Louisiana.
The purpose of our group is to protect, perpetuate,
and propagate the abundant native plants of St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana,
and adjacent areas, focusing primarily on our native wildflowers, which
are fast disappearing; and to discourage pollution of our water and ground
so basic to their survival.
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Be sure to see our Native
Take a look at this pictorial guide to
southeastern Louisiana's indigenous plant species! Photos copyright by
Yvonne & Al Bordelon.
The FNPS wants to thank Jimmie Canter for
promoting the idea of a website and special thanks goes to her daughter,
Emily, for it's design. And a big thanks also goes to Yvonne Bordelon
for the continual updating of this website.
FNPS - email@example.com