Please join fellow native plant lovers, gardening aficionados and habitat restorers at the Native Plant Society of Texas – Houston Chapter. Enjoy and learn about our local native Texas plants.

Gain experience, enjoyment, fulfillment and friendships putting the “wild” back into our local wildscapes.

Next Chapter Meeting: Thursday, October 20, 2016

Speaker / Topic

Heather Bass, Researcher at The Botanical Research Institute of Texas

 “The Role of Remnant Native Vegetation and Land Management Practices in the Restoration of Native Prairies

6:45 pm Meet & Greet with Refreshments

7:30 pm Chapter Meeting followed by speaker

Houston Arboretum, 4501 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX

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Click here to see our video archive on our  NPSOT Houston Chapter YouTube Channel.

All of our activities, such as our monthly meetings and field trips, are open to the public and nearly all are free. Go to “Native Plant Lists” tab to get information about native plants for the garden.

Click here for Information/Topics for future Monthly Meetings of the Native Plant Society of Texas – Houston Chapter.

Click Here for our monthly Environmental Event Calendar curated by Linda Knowles (for September – November 2016)

NEW: Click here for NPSOT – Houston Chapter Summer 2016 Newsletter

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Our activities include (click photo for more information on each activity):

Monthly Meetings on Third Thursdays of the month at the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, 4501 Woodway Dr. 77024

2014 Wildscape Workshop & Native Plant: Sale Saturday, September 13, 2014. Keynote speaker is Dr. Doug Tallamy, author of "Bringing Nature Home" and new book "Living Landscapes"

November Meeting: Annual Plant & Seed Swap and Potluck

Field Trips: 3 in Spring & 3 in Fall.

Volunteer with Us on Workdays at the Native Plant Garden in the Houston Zoo. Photo taken on June 6, 2014