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Native Plant Society of Texas

San Antonio Chapter

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Chapter Meetings are Held at the Urban Ecology Center at Phil Hardberger Park

Meeting Time
Log in at 6:45
7:00 pm – Meeting and program

Our chapter meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month in The Gathering Hall at The Urban Ecology Center at Phil Hardberger Park and via Zoom except August, November, and December. The meetings are free and open to members and the general public. To get information by email on how to register in advance for each monthly meeting, please subscribe to the NPSOT Mailing list.

Chapter Meeting Presentations

Restore the Earth! Create a Pocket Prairie

September 26, 2023 – 7:00 pm. Restore the Earth! Create a Pocket Prairie by Michelle Gorham of Native American Seed; This will be a “hybrid” meeting, attend in-person or online.

White Striped Long Tail Butterfly

Butterflies of Bexar County

June 2023 Presentation by Zachary Tonzetich Butterflies of Bexar County Zachary Tonzetich will discuss some of the basics about how to get started in butterfly watching, describe some identification tips,

Demonstration garden at Phil Hardberger Park. Photo by Haeley Giambalvo

Welcome Home to Phil Hardberger Park!

March 2023 Presentation by NPSOT Members Join our chapter as we officially kick off our new home for meetings. Chapter members will give short presentations related to the Park and

Pat McGuire

Circle of the Springs Garden

October 2022 Presentation by Patrick McGuire Gardens can easily become overgrown and overwhelming. Tending the Circle of the Springs we observed this happening. As we approached the end of the

Jenny Baine

Haven for Pollinators at Haven For Hope!

September 2022 Presentation by Jenny Baine Jenny will share her experience installing a pollinator rain garden for a non-profit organization. We will discuss: Customer centric design, Volunteers – key to

Cypripedium kentuckiense

Rare Plants of Texas

June 2022 Presentation by Michael Eason, State Botanist for the Native Plant Society of Texas Join Michael as he gives an overview of the rare plants of Texas and the