depressa  Gold LantanaLantana involucrata  Wild Lantana, Wild SageLeucothoe axillaris Coastal Dog-hobbleLeucothrinax morrisii  Brittle Thatch Palm, Key Thatch PalmLiatris elegans Blazing-starLiatris gracilis Slender Blazing-starLiatris ohlingerae Florida Blazing-starLiatris spicata  Spiked Blazing-star, GayfeatherLiatris spp. We meet every 3rd Tuesday September to May (not December). Alternatives borchures, selected native plant profiles, coloring book pages for children, and other plant information can be found on our Downloadable Documents page. Trillium, WakerobinTripsacum dactyloides  Eastern Gamagrass, Fakahatchee GrassTripsacum floridanum  Dwarf Fakahatchee Grass, Florida Gamagrass, Ulmus alata  Winged ElmUlmus americana  American ElmUlmus crassifolia Cedar ElmUlmus rubra Red Elm, Slippery ElmUniola paniculata Sea OatsUvularia spp. smalliana Dwarf IrisIris virginica Virginia Iris, Southern Blue-flagItea virginica  Virginia-willow, SweetspireIva frutescens Bigleaf Marsh-elderIva imbricata Seacoast Sumpweed, Jacquemontia pentanthos Skyblue Jacquemontia, Skyblue ClustervineJacquemontia reclinata Beach JacquemontiaJacquinia keyensis JoewoodJuglans nigra Black WalnutJuncus effusus Soft RushJuncus roemerianus Needle RushJuniperus virginiana  Eastern Red CedarJusticia angusta Everglades Water-willow, Pineland Water-willow, Kalmia latifolia  Mountain LaurelKoanophyllon villosum  Florida Shrub ThoroughwortKosteletzkya pentacarpos  Saltmarsh MallowKrugiodendron ferreum Black Ironwood, Leadwood, Lachnanthes caroliana RedrootLaguncularia racemosa White MangroveLantana depressa var. BalmDiospyros virginiana PersimmonDirca palustris LeatherwoodDistichlis spicata SaltgrassDodonaea viscosa Varnish Leaf, Florida HopbushDryopteris ludoviciana Southern Wood FernDrypetes diversifolia Milkbark, WhitewoodDrypetes lateriflora Guiana PlumDyschoriste oblongifolia Twinflower, Oblongleaf Twinflower, Echinacea purpurea  Eastern Purple ConeflowerEleocharis cellulosa Gulf Coast SpikerushElephantopus elatus Elephant's-footEquisetum hyemale var. Oct 19, 2018 - FNPS is dedicated to the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. The Florida Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1980 to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. chapmanii  Chapman's Sensitive Plant, Bahama SennaSerenoa repens  Saw PalmettoSesuvium portulacastrum Sea-purslane, Shoreline Seapurslane, CenicillaSeymeria spp. Some of these materials are found on this website. Older awards can be found in Palmetto articles. The Eugenia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society serves Indian River County and meets on the third Thursday of each month (except December). Maiden FernThrinax radiata Florida Thatch PalmTilia americana  Basswood, American Linden, Bee TreeTorreya taxifolia Florida TorreyaTradescantia ohiensis Ohio Spiderwort, BluejacketTradescantia roseolens  Longleaf SpiderwortTriadenum virginicum  Virginia Marsh St. John's-wortTrichostema dichotomum Forked BluecurlsTrillium spp. Mail-Order Natives Online plant sales. I've been in the plant business for a few years and up until I started Bloomin' Crazy, I didn't know there was such a thing as a "native" plant. FNPS provides awards for the best examples of the use of natives in landscaping. Chapters hold plant sales throughout the year. 9301 West Fort Island Trail, Crystal River, FL … Stoke's AsterStyrax americanus American SnowbellStyrax grandifolius Snowbell, Bigleaf SnowbellSuriana maritima Bay-cedarSwietenia mahagoni  West Indian MahoganySymphyotrichum adnatum  Scaleleaf Aster, Clasping AsterSymphyotrichum carolinianum  Climbing AsterSymphyotrichum concolor  Eastern Silver AsterSymphyotrichum dumosum  Bush Aster, Rice Button AsterSymphyotrichum elliottii  Elliott's Aster, Taxodium ascendens  Pond CypressTaxodium distichum  Bald CypressTaxus floridana Florida YewTelmatoblechnum serrulatum Swamp FernTeucrium canadense Wood-sage, Canadian GermanderThalia geniculata  Alligator Flag, FireflagThelypteris spp. gracilis Smooth OxeyeHeliotropium angiospermum Scorpion-tailHeliotropium curassavicum Seaside HeliotropeHeliotropium gnaphalodes  Sea-lavender, Sea-rosemaryHeterosavia bahamensis  MaidenbushHibiscus aculeatus Pineland HibiscusHibiscus coccineus  Scarlet HibiscusHibiscus furcellatus Sleepy HibiscusHibiscus grandiflorus Swamp RosemallowHibiscus laevis Halberd-leaf RosemallowHibiscus moscheutos Swamp Mallow, Swamp Hibiscus, Swamp RosemallowHibiscus poeppigii Fairy HibiscusHydrangea quercifolia  Oak-leaf HydrangeaHydrangia barbara  Cowitch-vine, Climbing HydrangeaHydrocotyle umbellata Marsh Penny-wortHymenocallis latifolia  Mangrove Spiderlily, Perfumed SpiderlilyHymenocallis palmeri Alligator-lilyHypericum cistifolium Roundpod St. John's-wortHypericum edisonianum Edison's AscriumHypericum fasciculatum SandweedHypericum hypericoides St. Andrew's-crossHypericum lissophloeus Smoothbark St. John's-wortHypericum myrtifolium Myrtle-leaf St. John's-wortHypericum tenuifolium  Atlantic St. John's-wortHypericum tetrapetalum Four-petal St. Peter's-wortHyptis alata Musky Bushmint, Ilex ambigua Carolina Holly, Sand HollyIlex cassine  Dahoon HollyIlex cassine var. SpleenwortAthyrium filix-femina Southern Lady FernAvicennia germinans Black Mangrove, Baccharis dioica Broombush FalsewillowBaccharis halimifolia  Groundsel Tree, Sea Myrtle, Salt BushBacopa caroliniana Blue Waterhyssop, Lemon HyssopBacopa monnieri Water Hyssop, Herb-of-graceBalduina angustifolia Coastalplain Honeycombhead, Yellow ButtonsBaptisia alba White Wild IndigoBatis maritima Saltwort, TurtleweedBejaria racemosa  Tarflower, FlyweedBerlandiera subacaulis  Common Greeneyes, Florida GreeneyesBetula nigra  River BirchBidens alba BeggarticksBidens laevis Burmarigold, Smooth BeggarticksBidens mitis Smallfruit BeggarticksBignonia capreolata  CrossvineBletia purpurea PinepinkBoehmeria cylindrica Small-spike False-nettle, Bog HempBoltonia asteroides Marsh Boltonia, White Doll's DaisyBorrichia arborescens Shrubby Sea Ox-eye DaisyBorrichia frutescens Sea-oxeye DaisyBotrychium biternatum  Southern Grape-fernBourreria cassinifolia Little StrongbarkBourreria succulenta StrongbarkBrickellia cordifolia Flyr's Nemesis; Heart-leaf BrickellbushBursera simaruba  Gumbo-limboByrsonima lucida Locustberry, Long Key Locustberry, Cakile lanceolata Coastal SearocketCalamintha ashei Ashe's Savory, Ashe's CalamintCalamintha coccinea  Scarlet Savory, Scarlet Calamint, Red BasilCalamintha dentata Toothed SavoryCalamintha georgiana Savory, Georgia CalamintCallicarpa americana  American BeautyberryCallirhoe papaver Woodland PoppymallowCallisia spp. Erect Prickly-pear CactusOrontium aquaticum Golden-club, NeverwetOsmunda regalis var. brasiliensis  Railroadvine, Lavender Goatfoot Morning-gloryIpomoea sagittata Glades Morning-gloryIpomopsis rubra  Standing-cypressIris savannarum Prairie Iris, Savanna IrisIris verna var. In addition, many chapters work with established gardens open to the public to create and maintain native areas within those gardens. Whether your yard is sunny or shaded or anything in between, the Central Florida Chapters of the Florida Native Plant Society have specimens for you at the plant sale. Nature Coast Chapter Florida Native Plant Society Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Land O' Lakes Heritage Park, 5401 Land O'Lakes Blvd., Land O'Lakes, FL 34639 Meetings are currently online only Our meetings are open to the public. We want adequate water in our lakes and streams and springs. The plant sales are held at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O\'Lakes Blvd, Land O' Lakes, FL 34639. myrtifolia  Myrtle-leaf HollyIlex coriacea Large GallberryIlex decidua Possum HawIlex glabra Inkberry, GallberryIlex krugiana Krug's HollyIlex opaca  American HollyIlex opaca var. emarginata Wild DillyMarshallia graminifolia Grassleaf Barbara's ButtonsMelanthera nivea Snow Squarestem, Salt & PepperMiconia bicolor  Florida Tetrazygia, West Indian-lilac, Florida Clover AshMimosa quadrivalvis   Florida Sensitive BrierMimosa strigillosa  Sunshine Mimosa, PowderpuffMitchella repens Partridge Berry, TwinberryMonarda punctata  Dotted HorsemintMorella caroliniensis  Swamp Candleberry, Evergreen BayberryMorella cerifera   Wax MyrtleMorella inodora  Odorless Wax MyrtleMorinda royoc Cheese Plant, Indian MulberryMorus rubra Red MulberryMosiera longipes Long-stalked Stopper, Trailing EugeniaMuhlenbergia capillaris  Hairgrass, Muhly GrassMyrcia neopallens  Pale Lidflower, SpicewoodMyrcia zuzygium  Myrtle-of-the-riverMyrcianthes fragrans  Simpson's Stopper, TwinberryMyrsine cubana   Myrsine, Colicwood, Nekemias arborea  Pepper-vineNelumbo lutea  Lotus-lily, Yellow Lotus, American LotusNephrolepis biserrata Giant SwordfernNephrolepis exaltata  Wild Boston FernNeptunia pubescens Tropical Neptunia, Tropical PuffNolina brittoniana Scrub Beargrass, Britton's BeargrassNuphar advena  Cowlily, SpatterdockNymphaea elegans Blue Water-lilyNymphaea jamesoniana Sleeping Beauty Water-lilyNymphaea mexicana  Yellow Water-lilyNymphaea odorata  White Water-lilyNymphoides aquatica Floating HeartsNymphoides cordata Little Floating HeartsNyssa aquatica Water TupeloNyssa biflora  Swamp Black Gum, Swamp TupeloNyssa ogeche Ogeechee Tupelo, Ogeechee-limeNyssa sylvatica Black Gum, Tupelo, Oclemena reticulata  White-top AsterOenothera laciniata   Cutleaf Evening-primroseOplismenus setarius  Bristle BasketgrassOpuntia austrina  Prickly-pear CactusOpuntia spp. vestitus West Coast Dune SunflowerHelianthus radula Rayless SunflowerHelianthus spp. … Our next meeting will be at the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge Centennial Trail (Viewing Area) at 5:30pm on Thursday, September 17. The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to preserve, conserve, and restore the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. At least one garden tour is typically available as an annual conference field trip. The list includes direct links to information about each at the Florida Native Plant Society website . Even species that we think of as vegetarians, such as hummingbirds, need insects as a critical part of their diets. tomentosa Blue HuckleberryGaylussacia mosieri Wooly-berryGelsemium rankinii Odorless JessamineGelsemium sempervirens  Yellow Jesamine, Carolina JasamineGenipa clusiifolia Seven-year-appleGentiana saponaria Soapwort GentianGeobalanus oblongifolius  Gopher-appleGlandularia maritima  Beach Verbena, Coastal Mock VervainGlandularia tampensis  Tampa VervainGleditsia triacanthos Honey LocustGordonia lasianthus  Loblolly-bayGossypium hirsutum Wild CottonGuaiacum sanctum  Lignum-vitaeGuapira discolor Blolly, BeefwoodGymnanthes lucida Crabwood, Oysterwood, Habenaria quinqueseta Long-horned Rein OrchidHalesia carolina Little Silverbell, Carolina SilverbellHalesia diptera  Twowing SilverbellsHamamelis virginiana Witch-hazelHamelia patens  FirebushHelenium autumnale Fall SneezeweedHelenium spp. April is traditionally the month that the Sacramento Valley Chapter’ s much-anticipated Spring Native Plant Sale is held at Elderberry Farms Native Plant Nursery. Vendors are members of the Florida Native Plant Society, and certify that plants are nursery propagated and grown. Florida Native Plant Society, Melbourne, Florida. Mission. The Florida Native Plant Society provides resources and wonderful opportunities to learn about Florida's unique environment. May 28, 2018 - FNPS is dedicated to the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. Award criteria are described, and instructions for applying can be found on our awards and grants page. Check out our Landscaping Plants for Your Area feature. Welcome to the Citrus Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society. The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. FNPS has an annual sale during the annual conference. You can find out more at the Florida Association of Native Nurseries websites: http://plantrealflorida.org for retail customers and http://afnn.org for commercial landscapers. Restored and maintained by the Ixia Chapter as part of Jacksonville City's Friends of the Park program. Some of our chapters sponsor garden tours. Upcoming Virtual Chapter Meetings. Preserving, Conserving and Restoring the Native Plants and Native Plant Communities of Florida Join Us! floridanum  Florida MapleAchillea millefolium Common YarrowAcoelorraphe wrightii  Paurotis Palm, Everglades PalmAcrostichum danaeifolium Giant Leather FernAdiantum capillus-veneris Venus Maidenhair Fern, Southern MaidenhairAesculus pavia Red BuckeyeAgalinis fasciculata Beach False FoxgloveAgarista populifolia Florida Hobblebush, Pipewood, AgaristaAgave decipiens False SisalAletris lutea Yellow Colic-rootAllium canadense Wild Onion, Meadow GarlicAlnus serrulata Hazel Alder, Smooth AlderAlvaradoa amorphoides Mexican AlvaradoaAmbrosia hispida  Coastal Ragweed, Bay GeraniumAmelanchier arborea  Serviceberry, Shadbush, JuneberryAmorpha fruticosa  False Indigo-bush, Bastard-indigoAmorpha herbacea Cluster-spike Indigo-bushAmsonia ciliata Slimpod, Fringed Bluestar, Blue DogbaneAmsonia tabernaemontana Easterm Bluestar, Blue DogbaneAmyris elemifera Torchwood, Sea TorchwoodAndropogon gerardii Big BluestemAndropogon glomeratus Bushy BluestemAndropogon virginicus Broomsedge BluestemAngadenia berteroi  Pineland Allamanda, Pineland Golden TrumpetAnnona glabra  Pond-apple, Custard-appleAquilegia canadensis Columbine, Eastern Red ColumbineAralia spinosa Devil's WalkingstickArdisia escallonioides  Marlberry, MarbleberryArgemone albiflora White Prickly-poppy, Bluestem Prickly-poppyArgemone mexicana Yellow Prickly-poppyArisaema dracontium Green Dragon, DragonrootArisaema triphyllum Jack-in-the-pulpitAristida stricta  WiregrassAristolochia tomentosa Woolly Dutchman's-pipe; PipevineAronia arbutifolia  Red ChokeberryAsclepias humistrata Sandhill Milkweed, Pinewoods MilkweedAsclepias incarnata Rose Or Swamp MilkweedAsclepias lanceolata Red Milkweed, Few-lower MilkweedAsclepias perennis  Aquatic Milkweed, Swamp MilkweedAsclepias tuberosa  Butterflyweed, Orange MilkweedAsclepias verticillata Whorl-leaf Milkweed, Whorled Milkweed.Asimina incana Polecat Bush, Flag Pawpaw, Woolly PawpawAsimina obovata  Flag Pawpaw, Bigflower Pawpaw, Scrub PawpawAsimina parviflora Smallflower PawpawAsimina pygmea  Dwarf Pawpaw, GopherberryAsimina reticulata Dog-banana, Netted PawpawAsimina triloba Common Pawpaw, Dog-banana, Indian-bananaAsplenium spp. Members make ... Help with plant rescues, plant sales, and help work to save threatened conservation areas. Master Gardener Plant Sale This is a list of most of the plants that The Pawpaw Chapter sold at the Volusia County Master Gardener Plant sale on Saturday, April 8 (2019). Hernando Chapter Florida Native Plant Society. SunflowerHeliopsis helianthoides var. Bellwort, Merrybells, Vaccinium arboreum Sparkleberry, FarkleberryVaccinium corymbosum Highbush BlueberryVaccinium darrowii Darrow's BlueberryVaccinium myrsinites Shiny BlueberryVaccinium stamineum DeerberryVachellia choriophylla  Cinnecord, Tamarindillo, Thornless AcaciaVachellia farnesiana   Sweet AcaciaVallesia antillana Pearl Berry, TearshrubVarronia globosa  Bloodberry, Butterfly-sage, Curacao BushVerbesina virginica Frostweed, White CrownbeardVernonia angustifolia Narrow-leaf Ironweed, TallVernonia gigantea Tall IronweedVernonia noveboracensis New York IronweedViburnum acerifolium  Maple-leaved ViburnumViburnum dentatum  Southern ArrowwoodViburnum nudum Possum HawViburnum obovatum  Small Viburnum, Walter's ViburnumViburnum rufidulum Southern Black Haw, Rusty BlackhawViola spp. PhloxPhoebanthus spp. In its fifth decade, the annual fall native plant sale of the Monterey Bay Chapter of California Native Plant Society is traditionally THE source for the best, the most unique, and hard to find California native plants.Whether you are a veteran Native Plant … borbonia  Red BayPersea humilis  Scrub BayPersea palustris Swamp BayPhiladelphus inodorus  Scentless MockorangePhlebodium aureum Golden Polypody FernPhlox spp. Photo by Archbold Biological Station. Both chapters and FNPS support the annual publication of the Florida Association of Native Nurseres' Plant Real Florida document which provides contact information for retail native nurseries throughout Florida. FNPS has created a model landscape ordinance intended to assist communities in developing local ordinances that will encourage use of native plants in the urban landscape, conserve water, and honor the natural heritage of Florida. Join us to learn about sustainable landscaping and creating habitats that will attract and support native pollinators, butterflies, birds, and other wildlife. We work to preserve Florida's remaining natural lands through acquisition and proper management. 30K likes. spectabilis Royal FernOsmundastrum cinnamomeum   Cinnamon FernOstrya virginiana American Hophornbeam, Eastern Hophornbeam, IronwoodOxalis corniculata  Common Yellow WoodsorrelOxydendrum arboreum Sourwood, Palafoxia integrifolia Many-wings, Coastalplain PalafoxPanicum hemitomon MaidencanePanicum virgatum SwitchgrassParonychia rugelii   Sand Squares, Rugel's NailwortParthenocissus quinquefolia  Woodbine, Virginia CreeperPaspalum vaginatum Seashore PaspalumPassiflora incarnata Passion Vine, Maypop, Purple Passion FlowerPassiflora pallens Pineland Passionflower, Pale PassionvinePassiflora suberosa Corkystem Passion-flowerPeltandra sagittifolia Spoonflower, White Arrow ArumPenstemon australis Slender BeardtonguePenstemon multiflorus   Manyflower BeardtonguePentalinon luteum  Wild Allamanda, Hammock ViperstailPeperomia obtusifolia Florida PeperomiaPersea borbonia var. PhoebanthusPhyla nodiflora Frogfruit, Turkey Tangle Fogfruit, CapeweedPhysalis walteri  Walter's GroundcherryPhysocarpus opulifolius NinebarkPhysostegia purpurea  Obedient Plant, Eastern False DragonheadPhytolacca americana PokeweedPicramnia pentandra Florida BitterbushPieris phyllyreifolia Climbing Heather, Climbing Pieris, FetterbushPiloblephis rigida PennyroyalPinckneya bracteata Hairy FevertreePinus clausa Sand PinePinus echinata Shortleaf PinePinus elliottii  Slash PinePinus glabra Spruce PinePinus palustris  Longleaf PinePinus serotina Pond PinePinus taeda  Loblolly PinePiscidia piscipula Jamaica-dogwood, Fish-poison TreePithecellobium keyense  Florida Keys BlackbeadPithecellobium unguis-cati Cat's-claw, Catclaw BlackbeadPityopsis graminifolia  Silk-grass, SilkgrassPlatanus occidentalis  Sycamore, American PlanetreePluchea spp. Preservation. The Pinellas Chapter has over 300 members and is one of the state's largest. 2020 Virtual Plant Sale Monday, September 21 at 9:00am – Sunday, September 27 at 6:00pm. The Mission of the Florida Native Plant Society (FNPS) is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. Find plants for northeast Florida Visit FNPS.org for many useful tools The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. Bring native flora to your garden and learn more at a WNPS Plant Sale. Landscaping with species that do not need supplemental water protects our lakes, streams, and springs. lanceolatum Loosestrife, Magnolia grandiflora  Southern MagnoliaMagnolia macrophylla var. Select any combination of options below to narrow the list of candidate plants. Blackeyed-susanRuellia caroliniensis Carolina Wildpetunia, Wild Petunia, Sabal etonia Scrub PalmettoSabal minor  Dwarf Palmetto, Blue-stem PalmettoSabal palmetto  Cabbage Palm, Sabal PalmSabatia brevifolia Shortleaf RosegentianSabatia decandra  Bartram's Marsh-pinkSaccharum giganteum Sugarcane PlumegrassSagittaria graminea Grassy ArrowheadSagittaria lancifolia Duck Potato, Lance-leaved Arrowhead, Bulltongue ArrowheadSagittaria latifolia Wapato, Common ArrowheadSalix caroliniana Carolina Willow, Coastalplain WillowSalix nigra Black WillowSalvia azurea  Blue Sage, Azure Blue SageSalvia coccinea  Scarlet Sage, Tropical Sage, Blood SageSalvia lyrata Lyre-leaved SageSalvia misella  Southern River Sage, Creeping SageSambucus nigra subsp. 508 likes. Who We Are. FNPS has an annual sale during the annual conference. chapmanii  Chapman's GoldenrodSolidago sempervirens  Seaside GoldenrodSolidago stricta Wand Goldenrod, Slender Goldenrod, Smooth GoldenrodSophora tomentosa var. THe Hernando Chapter, FNPS, is dedicated to the conservation, preservation and restoration of Florida's native plants and their communities. Its mission is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. Native plants are critical for supporting native birds and butterflies. RockroseCrossopetalum ilicifolium Quailberry, ChristmasberryCrossopetalum rhacoma Rhacoma, MaidenberryCtenium aromaticum Toothache GrassCynophalla flexuosa  Limber Caper, Bay-leaved Caper, Bay-leaved CapertreeCyrilla racemiflora Titi, Leatherwood, Dalea carnea Hammock Prairie-clover, WhitetasselsDalea feayi Prairie-clover, Scrub Prairie CloverDalea pinnata Summer FarewellDamburneya coriacea  LancewoodDelphinium carolinianum Carolina Larkspur, Prairie LarkspurDicerandra spp. Both chapters and FNPS support the annual publication of the Florida Association of Native Nurseres' Plant Real Florida document which provides contact information for retail native nurseries throughout Florida. Our FNPS volunteers make a difference. The Community Center is located 7 miles … We would like to invite you to join us in learning about native plants and native plant communities. Home; Board of Directors; Brief History; Mission; NANPS Committees; Support Team; Financial; Plant sales. Find a local native plant sale in Washington State. Photo by Ixia chapter. This is an exact match search. The Serenoa Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society was having a plant sale so I spent my Saturday out at Sweetbay Nursery as a volunteer. Chapters hold plant sales throughout the year. chapmanii Chapman's RhododendronRhododendron viscosum Swamp AzaleaRhus aromatica  Fragrant SumacRhus copallinum Winged SumacRhynchospora colorata  Fineleaf Whitetop Sedge, Starrush WhitetopRhynchospora latifolia  Giant Whitetop, Sandswamp WhitetopRivina humilis  Rouge PlantRosa carolina Carolina RoseRosa palustris Swamp RoseRoystonea regia  Royal PalmRudbeckia fulgida Orange ConeflowerRudbeckia graminifolia  Grassleaf ConeflowerRudbeckia hirta Black-eyed SusanRudbeckia laciniata Cutleaf ConeflowerRudbeckia mohrii Mohr's ConeflowerRudbeckia mollis  Softhair ConeflowerRudbeckia spp. The Florida Native Plant Society’s purpose is the conservation, preservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant ecosystems of Florida. BlacksennaSideroxylon alachuense  Alachua Buckthorn,silver Buckthorn, Clark's BuckthornSideroxylon celastrinum Saffron-plumSideroxylon foetidissimum   Mastic, False Mastic, Wild OliveSideroxylon salicifolium Willow-bustic, White BullySideroxylon tenax  Tough Buckthorn, Tough BullySilene catesbaei Fringed CampionSilphium asteriscus  Starry RosinweedSilphium compositum Kidneyleaf RosinweedSimarouba glauca Paradise Tree, BitterwoodSisyrinchium angustifolium   Pointed Blue-eyed-grassSmallanthus uvedalia  Hairy LeafcupSolidago odora  Sweet Goldenrod, Anise-scented GoldenrodSolidago odora var. affine Scouring-rush, HorsetailEragrostis elliottii  Elliott's LovegrassEragrostis spectabilis Purple LovegrassErigeron quercifolius  Oakleaf FleabaneEriogonum tomentosum Wild BuckwheatErithalis fruticosa Black TorchErnodea littoralis  Beach-creeper, Golden CreeperEryngium aquaticum Corn SnakerootEryngium yuccifolium Button Snakeroot, RattlenakemasterErythrina herbacea  Coralbean, Cherokee BeanErythronium umbilicatum Dimpled TroutlilyEugenia axillaris  White StopperEugenia confusa  Ironwood, Red-berry StopperEugenia foetida  Spanish Stopper, Boxleaf StopperEugenia rhombea  Red Stopper, SpiceberryEuonymus americanus American Strawberry-bushEupatorium perfoliatum Common BonesetEuphorbia cyathophora  Painted-leafEuphorbia heterophylla  Fiddler's Spurge, Mexican FireplantEuploca polyphylla  Pineland HeliotropeEustoma exaltatum Seaside GentianEuthamia spp. truncata Yellow NecklacepodSorghastrum nutans Yellow IndiangrassSorghastrum secundum Lopsided IndiangrassSpartina alterniflora Saltmarsh Cordgrass, Smooth CordgrassSpartina bakeri  Sand CordgrassSpartina patens Marshhay CordgrassSpartina spartinae Gulf CordgrassSpigelia marilandica Woodland PinkrootSpiranthes odorata Fragrant Ladies'-tresses, Lesser LadiestressesSporobolus junceus  Pineywoods DropseedSporobolus virginicus Seashore DropseedStachys floridana Florida Hedgenettle, Florida BetonyStachytarpheta jamaicensis  Blue Porterweed, JoeeStaphylea trifolia  American BladdernutStenanthium densum  Crow Poison, Osceloa's PlumeStewartia malacodendron  Silky Camelia, Virginia StewartiaStokesia laevis  Stokesia. FNPS chapters maintain demonstration gardens across the state. Camphor-weedPluchia odorata  SweetscentPlumbago zeylanica  Wild PlumbagoPogonia ophioglossoides Rose Pogonia, Snakemouth OrchidPolygonum nesomii  Largeflower Jointweed, Sandhill WireweedPolygonum polygamum  Jointweed, October FlowerPolystichum acrostichoides Christmas FernPontederia cordata PickerelweedPrunus americana  Wild PlumPrunus angustifolia  Chickasaw PlumPrunus caroliniana Cherry-laurel, Laurel CherryPrunus geniculata Scrub PlumPrunus myrtifolia West Indian CherryPrunus serotina Black CherryPrunus umbellata  Hog Plum, Flatwoods PlumPseudophoenix sargentii  Florida Cherry-palm, Buccaneer PalmPsilotum nudum Whisk FernPsychotria ligustrifolia Bahama Wild-coffeePsychotria nervosa  Shiny-leaf Wild-coffee, Wild CoffeePsychotria tenuifolia  Dull-leaf Wild-coffee, Shortleaf Wild CoffeePtelea trifoliata Wafer-ash, Common HoptreePteridium aquilinum Bracken FernPteris bahamensis Bahama Brake Fern, Pineland Brake FernPyrrhopappus carolinianus  False Dandelion, Carolina Dessert Chickory, Quadrella jamaicensis   Jamaica Caper-treeQuercus alba White OakQuercus arkansana Arkansas OakQuercus austrina Bluff Oak, Bastard White OakQuercus chapmanii Chapman's OakQuercus falcata Spanish Oak, Southern Red OakQuercus geminata  Sand Live OakQuercus hemispherica  Diamond Oak, Sand Laurel Oak, Upland Laurel OakQuercus laevis Turkey OakQuercus laurifolia Laurel Oak, Swamp Laurel OakQuercus lyrata Overcup OakQuercus marilandica Black-jack OakQuercus michauxii Basket Oak, Swamp Chestnut Oak, Cow OakQuercus muehlenbergii Chinquapin OakQuercus myrtifolia Myrtle OakQuercus nigra Water OakQuercus pagoda Cherrybark OakQuercus phellos Willow OakQuercus shumardii  Shumard OakQuercus stellata Post OakQuercus velutina Black OakQuercus virginiana  Live Oak, Randia aculeata White Indigo BerryRatibida pinnata Prairie ConeflowerReynosia septentrionalis Darling Plum, Red IronwoodRhabdadenia biflora Rubber-vine, Mangrove Rubber-vineRhapidophyllum hystrix  Needle PalmRhexia spp. Native Plant Education. canadensis Elderberry, American ElderSapindus saponaria Wingleaf SoapberrySassafras albidum SassafrasSaururus cernuus Lizard's-tailScaevola plumieri Beachberry, Inkberry, GullfeedSchaefferia frutescens Yellowwood, Florida BoxoodSchoenoplectus californicus  Giant BulrushSchoenoplectus pungens Three-square, Threesquare BulrushScirpus cyperinus WoolgrassScutellaria integrifolia Rough Skullcap, Helmet SkullcapSenna ligustrina  Privet Senna, Privet Wild Sensitive PlantSenna mexicana var. 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Choose the Counties for which you want a plant List from map or drop down list, © 2018 Copyright: Florida Native Plant Society. glabriusculum Bird PepperCardiospermum corindum Balloonvine, Heartseed, Faux PersilCarphephorus carnosus Bald-headed Carphephorus, Pineland ChaffheadCarphephorus corymbosus Coastal-plain ChaffheadCarphephorus odoratissimus Vanilla-plant, Deer's Tongue, Florida PaintbrushCarphephorus paniculatus Deer Tongue, Hairy TrilisaCarphephorus pseudoliatris Bristle-leaf ChaffheadCarpinus caroliniana Musclewood, Hornbeam, Blue-beechCartrema americanum  Wild Olive, American DevilwoodCartrema floridanum  Scrub Wild OliveCarya aquatica Water HickoryCarya floridana Scrub HickoryCarya glabra Pignut HickoryCarya pallida Sand HickoryCarya tomentosa  Mockernut HickoryCastanea pumila Ashe's Chinquapin, Trailing ChinquapinCatalpa bignonioides  CatalpaCeltis laevigata  Hackberry, SugarberryCeltis occidentalis HackberryCentrosema virginianum Spurred Butterfly PeaCephalanthus occidentalis  ButtonbushCercis canadensis  Eastern RedbudChamaecrista fasciculata Sleeping Plant, Partridge-peaChamaecyparis thyoides Atlantic White CedarChasmanthium latifolium Indian Woodoats, SpikegrassChiococca alba SnowberryChionanthus pygmaeus Pigmy Fringe TreeChionanthus virginicus  White Fringe TreeChrysobalanus icaco  Coco Plum, CocoplumChrysophyllum oliviforme SatinleafChrysopsis floridana Florida GoldenasterChrysopsis gossypina Hairy GoldenasterChrysopsis mariana Maryland GoldenasterCirsium horridulum Purple Thistle, Yellow ThistleCitharexylum spinosum  FiddlewoodCladium jamaicense Saw-grassClematis baldwinii Pine-hyacinthClematis crispa Swamp Leather FlowerClematis reticulata Netleaf Virgin's-bowerClematis virginiana Virginia Virgin's-bowerClethra alnifolia Sweet PepperbushCliftonia monophylla Black Titi, Spring Titi, Buckwheat-treeClinopodium brownei  Browne's SavoryClusia rosea Pitch-apple, Autograph TreeCnidoscolus stimulosus Tread-Softly; Finger-rotCoccoloba diversifolia Pigeon PlumCoccoloba uvifera  SeagrapeCoccothrinax argentata Florida Silver PalmColubrina arborescens GreenheartColubrina elliptica SoldierwoodConocarpus erectus  ButtonwoodConoclinium coelestinum Mistflower, Blue MistflowerConradina brevifolia Short-leaved ConradinaConradina canescens False-rosemaryConradina etonia Etonia Conradina, Etonia False RosemaryConradina glabra Apalachicola ConradinaConradina grandiflora Large-flowered Conradina, Largeflower False-rosemaryConsolea corallicola  Semaphore Pricklypear, Semaphore CactusCoreopsis floridana Florida TickseedCoreopsis gladiata Southeastern TickseedCoreopsis grandiflora Large-flowered CoreopsisCoreopsis lanceolata Lance-leaved TickseedCoreopsis leavenworthii  Leavenworth's TickseedCoreopsis linifolia Texas TickseedCoreopsis major Tickseed, Greater TickseedCoreopsis nudata Swamp Tickseed, Georgia TickseedCoreopsis tripteris Tall TickseedCornus alternifolia Alternate-leaved Dogwood, Pagoda DogwoodCornus amomum Silky Dogwood, Silky CornelCornus asperifolia Rough-leaf CornelCornus florida  Flowering DogwoodCornus foemina Swamp Dogwood, Stiff CornelCrataegus aestivalis May Haw, Apple HawCrataegus crus-galli Cockspur HawthornCrataegus flava Yellow HawCrataegus marshallii Parsley HawthornCrataegus michauxii Michaux's HawthornCrataegus phaenopyrum Washington HawthornCrinum americanum String Lily, Swamp LilyCrocanthemum spp. Citrus Chapter of FNPS, Archer, Florida Jacksonville City 's Friends of the Park program HawIlex glabra Inkberry GallberryIlex.: Archbold Biological Station, Highlands County at least one Garden tour is typically available as an annual sale the! 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