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Flora Progress Bar 2019-01-02

See Photos from the Williamsburg 2018 Annual Meeting & Conference


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Sempirvirens, the VNPS Quarterly for Summer 2018 is ready to read!


Butterfly-weed (Asclepias tuberosa) is a great garden choice for pollinators!



The 2018 Wildflower of the Year is here!  Learn more about Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida)

News & Updates

Learn more about Virginia’s Natural Area Preserves, designed to protect the best examples of Virginia’s natural communities and habitats for our rarest species of plants and animals. new

Purchase print versions of new Virginia Native Plant guides. new

Review the latest 2018 Report for the VNPS Site Registry Program.

VNPS has become a landowner in the Shenandoah Valley!

Check out our updated VNPS Photo Gallery.

View Marion Lobstein’s classic video: Spring Wildflowers of the Mid-Atlantic.

Keep VNPS in your year end giving plans

VNPS supports conservation of biologic “hot spots”, protects shrinking natural environments across the state and raises awareness and appreciation for our native plants. This year our fundraiser supports updates to the Flora of Virginia, which will be available in the Flora App as soon as completed. You can be assured that your donations to VNPS go right to the heart of what we are about. Donate Now!

A tax tip for those who are over age 70 1/2 and have a traditional IRA. If you qualify, you may be able contribute to VNPS using a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from your IRA, which could reduce your taxable income whether or not you itemize. Consult your tax adviser for details.


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Recent Blog Posts

If You Plant It, They Will Come

“If you plant it they will come,” to paraphrase a line from the iconic Kevin Costner film, “Field of Dreams.” That was the hope of John Magee,  former Horticulture Chair of the Virginia Native Plant Society. John’s firm, Magee Design, partnered with Ashburn... read more