For information on native plants


If you're looking for information on native plants, the place to start is usually your local native plant society. Here's a list of native plant societies in the United States and Canada that's accurate as of today, May 24, 2009.

First, here are some cross-border organizations:
If you have trouble getting information from any of the other sources listed here, try the organizations directory maintained by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.

Additional organizations are listed here by state and province, with the states and provinces arranged in alphabetical order:
Many thanks to the Michigan Botanical Club, which provided the list I updated in order to create the one above.


The illustration at the top of this post is a free sample courtesy of Dover Publications, from their Crafter's Cornucopia CD-Rom and Book.

1 comment:

susie said...

Great info,
For a great native plant source for southern Californians check out the Theodore Payne Society
http://www.theodorepayne.org/