A Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society.
Members of Naples Native Plants enjoy sharing their passion for native plants. We volunteer for native landscaping consultations, plant sales, habitat restorations, and more! Join us today!
Naples Native Plants is a chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society. Our mission is to conserve and restore Collier County's native plant communities. Free native plant resources can be found on this website. We strive to collaborate with increasing numbers of community organizations for native plant landscaping, conservation, and education. Naples Native Plants is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Help us reach our goals by making a donation today!
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Date: Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
Time: 6:00pm for optional social time; 6:30pm for feature presentation.
Topic: Restoration of the Naples Preserve
Presenter: Becky Speer, Recreation Assistant for the City of Napless
How to Join: Click button below to register.
Celebrate Florida Native Plant Month this October!
Starting Oct. 1st - Members' Naturalist Challenge begins. Join our iNaturalist project, "Naples Native Plants Bloom Phenology," to help us track when native plants bloom in Southwest Florida. iNaturalist is a free, online citizen science community. Join here
Sat. Oct. 23rd, 9am-1pm - Native Plant Sale at Naples Botanical Garden (no admission required)
Wed. Oct. 27th, 6pm - Virtual Trivia Night! One lucky participant will be randomly selected to win a free private tour of the Gore Nature Education Center, courtesy of Cypress Cove Landkeepers. Click button below to regsiter.
Every member of the Naples Chapter is eligible for a one-hour native landscaping consultation at their home. Fellow members volunteer to identify native plants that are present, identify any invasive plants to remove, and suggest additional native plants that could be added to the site.
Interested in a native landscaping consultation, but not yet a member? Join the Florida Native Plant Society here. Memberships start at $35/year (individual). Be sure to indicate that you are joining the Naples Chapter.
Community representatives are welcome to contact us to schedule a one-hour site visit. Please give at least one month's notice so we have time to include the volunteer opportunity in our monthly e-newsletter. We request that at least two members of the landscaping committee become members of the Naples Chapter.
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
Would you like the Naples Chapter to speak to your group or participate in your community event? Please contact us at Naplesoutreach@fnps.org. For general inquiries use the form below:
Thank you for doing YOUR part to preserve, conserve, and restore native plants in Collier County!
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