Site menu bar
In the navigation bar at the top of this article, you will see the top-level pages. Pointing and hovering the mouse pointer over a top level menu item will drop down a short menu of related pages.
You can also access pages from the Site Map which you can find as a drop down under the About Us menu item on the navigation bar. The Site Map can be used to navigate directly to any page on the site. It includes the structure of the site pages, search by category, and a tag cloud for further detail.
The Home page or landing site for the website is the Blog, with the URL https://npsot.org/wp/wilco. The Blog page is often directly linked to for those who subscribe to the website blog.
Pages on the site contain information that is relatively stable or that changes on a regular basis only, such as meetings and field trip information
Sidebar links and widgets
State NPSOT website link
Clicking on the Native Plant Society Of Texas Bluebonnet logo will open the npsot.org state website in a new tab in your browser.
Subscribe/Follow The Blog via Email
You can receive new posts by entering your email address in the space provided under Subscribe to Williamson County Chapter. This will ensure that you don’t miss out on any important new information as it is posted.
Search NPSOT- Wilco For Items of Interest
You can enter a search term in the Search box.
You can select a Monthly Archive of stories and browse through the results.
You can search by Category from the drop down box
Find or Identify Native Plants
Links to other websites of interest to members of NPSOT-Wilco are provided in the sidebar menu or at the bottom of the page.
- LBJ WFC NPIN – The Plants database page at the Wildflower Center web site
- Benny Simpson’s Native Texas Shrubs – Searchable database hosted at Texas A&M
- Benny Simpson’s Texas Trees – Native Trees database hosted at Texas A&M
- Texas Plant Information Database – Parks and Wildlife Department web page
- USDA Plants Database – Federal government site, includes exotics and invasives information
- Grown Green searchable interface – Contains native and adapted plants, some of the adapted plants are considered invasive.
Copyright Information and Fair Use.
The contents of this website are copyright by The Native Plant Society Of Texas – Williamson County Chapter. Photographs and other materials published on the NPSOT-Wilco website are intended for the personal and educational use of our visitors and are not to be used for commercial purposes without prior written permission.The Native Plant Society Of Texas and its chapters may reuse these materials without prior written permission, although links to the original material are preferred, and it’s always nice to know if material is being reused. Teachers and students may use these materials in compliance with the Fair Use guidelines of US copyright law. All photographers retain copyright of their photos. Photographers will be given individual credit unless otherwise requested. Unless otherwise identified, the photographer during 2012-2013 has often been the webmaster during that period, Robert Kamper. In most cases the photographer can be identified from information included in the original photo. If the photographer can not be identified, credit should be given to NPSOT-Wilco and the link to the photo should be used instead of copying the photo, within the guidelines noted above.