A Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society.
The Naples Chapter offers monthly meetings and field trips
Presentation: "Wildflowers Gone Viral" by Andee Naccarato, Florida Gardener at Naples Botanical Garden
This free meeting will occur online using Zoom. Up to 100 people may register to attend the meeting live. Click here to register. Registered attendees will receive an e-mail with a link to the online meeting. A recording of the presentation will be made available on our website a few days after the meeting.
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Listen to Dr. Brian Bovard from Florida Gulf Coast University describe the Naples Chapter and talk about how important native plants are to Collier County! Learn more...
The Florida Native Plant Society provides resources and wonderful opportunities to learn about Florida's unique environment. Click here to learn more
All Naples Chapter gatherings are temporarily suspended as a precaution to reduce potential spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Our meetings are being held online until further notice. Chapter members and e-newsletter subscribers will receive registration links to attend the meetings live. Presentation recordings will be made available shortly after the meeting.
The Naples Chapter meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm, unless otherwise specified. No meetings will be held in July or January due to holidays.
4820 Bayshore Drive
Naples, Florida 34112
Meetings are held in the Harvey Kapnick Education and Research Center. After coming through the main entrance for Naples Botanical Garden, take your first right to find parking.The Kapnick Center is located just north of Naples Botanical Garden's Chabraja Visitor Center. The auditorium is located at the north end of the Kapnick Center
There's no better way to get a feel for Florida's native plants than to go on a field trip! In the past, many of the Naples Chapter's field trips were guided by Dr. George Wilder, botanist and curator of the Herbarium of Southwestern Florida at Naples Botanical Garden. We also enlist the help of many knowledgeable botanists who live in Collier County.
To be determined. Please check back
Do you have a favorite natural area in southwest Florida that you would recommend for a field trip next season? Please share your ideas via e-mail (Naplesnativeplants@gmail.com) or Facebook! Remember, you can make any day a field trip by noticing and appreciating native plants in your surroundings.
Meeting Your Native Neighbors (children's activities)
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