Welcome to the Kerrville Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas!

Exceptionally our next program will be on MONDAY:
April 13th, 2015
Field Trip to Kerr Wildlife Management Area–Members Only
(see Meetings & Events for more details)

The Spring 2015 NICE! Plant is “Milkweed”Butterfly weed

See the NICE! page to read about milkweeds that you can grow to support Monarch butterflies

RNC spring HP 001_resizedSpring Festival and Native Plant Sale
at Riverside Nature Center 

Saturday, April 18,  8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
(members’ preview sale April 17,  5:00-6:30 p.m.)

why native plants?

(Hover over the poster above to stop the slideshow; use arrows left and right or buttons above to navigate)

- The poster series “Why Native Plants?” was created by the Kerrville Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas for the Exhibit “Wildflowers and other Natives,” displayed at the Riverside Nature Center during the spring and summer of 2014.

NPSOT table Fall 2014Anne Brown, Edna Platte, Shannon Smith, and Linda Bullard staff our table at the Fall Native Plant Sale and Festival at Riverside Nature Center the first weekend in October.


Native Plants To GoSandra and Scott Magee’s free downloadable books may be accessed at http://csmapps.webs.com/.  To learn more, click here.

IMG_0824The Kerrville Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas maintains two Native Plant beds at the Riverside Nature Center.  Deer-resistant plants (those low on the list of deer preferences) are featured outside the fence, while plants overgrazed by deer are highlighted behind the fence in a demonstration of landscaping with native plants.

Help Preserve the Health and Beauty of the Hill Country–