Guadalupe County Native Plant Society
The Native Plant Society of Texas promotes the conservation and use of native Texas plants through education, outreach, practice and example.
The Guadalupe County Chapter holds monthly meetings with guest speakers on native plants and habitats, and the birds, bugs and butterflies that need them. Everyone is welcome!
The chapter also makes field trips to nearby native plant sites; creates and maintains native plant gardens; and takes part in events that promote the use of native plants.
Upcoming News and Events
Guadalupe County Chapter Presents
The Beautiful, Bountiful, Bewitching Botany of Texas Food Plants
Dr. Karen Clary PhD, Program Manager for Plant Conservation at the
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, will introduce some of
our native plants that have been domesticated for food. She will also
tell about some of the most famous food plants on earth, and some
that are not so famous but are native to Texas and are still delicious.
Tuesday March 10, 2015, 7:00 PM
St John Lutheran Church, FM 465, Marion, TX
Meetings are open to the public. Visitors are welcome.
There is a plant / seed exchange and greeting at 6:30 PM followed by the program at 7:00PM.
Directions to St John Lutheran Church: From FM 78 turn south on FM 465. The church is just past Marion Middle School on the right. From IH 10 go north on FM 465 toward Marion; the church is on the left.