Washington Native Plant Society Mission Statement:
"To promote the appreciation and conservation of Washington’s native plants and their habitats through study, education and advocacy."
The Washington Native Plant Society is a forum for individuals who share a common interest in Washington’s unique and diverse plant life. For almost 40 years WNPS has been a great source for native plant information and action. Your active membership strengthens the Society’s role as the voice for our native plants. Please join us today.
Find newsletters and event updates for your community on the Chapter pages here.
Thank you for supporting the Fall Native Plants Sales with
Central Puget Sound Chapter - Bellevue Botanical Gardens - Save the Date for the Spring Sale, April 30th, 2016
South Sound Chapter- Capitol Museum Coach House in Olympia - Upcoming Spring Sale dates in May 2016 TBA
Find more information, directions and available plant lists, click here.
2016 WNPS NATIVE PLANT CALENDAR
The 2016 Native Plant Calendar of the Washington Native Plant Society is available now to buy on-line.
Over 3,000 native plants contribute to the biodiversity of Washington while providing habitat and food for birds, fish,and other animals. Enjoy the beauty of Washington's wildflowers and native flora throughout 2016. All photographs are images submitted by members of the Washington Native Plant Society, and your purchase of this calendar supports the work of WNPS.
Restoring Native Pollinator Habitat: Puget Sound Lowlands by Matt Schwartz
Learn about the importance of restoring native pollinator habitat in the Summer 2015 edition of Douglasia, the quarterly journal of the Washington Native Plant Society. And visit these pages for an overview of using pollinator-friendly plants in restoration projects and to access plant lists for particular habitats.
Join us for weekly topics and discussion on Botanical Rambles, the Washington Native Plant Society Blog.
The University of Washington Herbarium (WTU) at the Burke Museum is officially embarking on an update to the one-volume "Flora of the Pacific Northwest".
Find out more and how you can help.