Websites:

Florida Native Plant Society:  www.fnps.org

Florida Nature Coast Chapter:  www.pasconativeplants.org

Florida Association of Native Nurseries:  www.afnn.org

Gardeners & Homeowners:  www.plantrealflorida.org

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Grant Information and form- please download this pdf:

http://naturecoast.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/pdfs/naturecoastgrantguidelines.pdf

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FNPS JOIN/RENEWAL FORM (download this PDF and mail in to join Florida Native Plant Society- Nature Coast Chapter, or bring to our next monthly meeting) Your membership is tax deductible

http://naturecoast.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/pdfs/fnps-renewal-notice-form-s.pdf

Articles:

"Monarch's Reign may be in Peril."  This article, published November 9, 2018 by Craig Pittman talks about the Monarch butterfly's alarming rate of decline since 2005.

 

http://saintpetersburgtimes.fl.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=002dbb155

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"All the cool kids are planting natives!"  Read about Lucy and Tom Peak and their Highland Lakes home.  They use no fertilizer and they water only during extended dry periods.

http://saintpetersburgtimes.fl.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=024e6408b

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10 Ways to combat global warming -you can make a difference.

http://saintpetersburgtimes.fl.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=34181b490

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Butterfly Gardening in Cenral Florida.  Click on the link below and learn how to attract butterflies to your back yard.

http://www.sharonsflorida.com/butterfly-gardening-in-central-florida.htm 

 

 

 

 

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Florida Invasive Plants

This link is an easy to understand listing of the most common invasive plants. The listing is by common name with a detailed description of the plant, ecological impact, photos, and strategies for removal.

http://www.plantatlas.usf.edu/flip/browse.aspx?by=common

Both the Mexican petunia and ligustrum are non-native and invasive.