Dedicated to the preservation of California's native plants
The mission of the California Native Plant Society is to increase understanding and appreciation of California’s native plants and to conserve them and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship.
VOLUNTEER Saturday, November 5, 2016 9am-2pm Please join us at Pacific Beach High School 11950 Los Osos Valley Road SLO (at the Target intersection) Fall is the perfect time of year to plant natives Talk with members of the California Native Plant Society about your...read more
Erigeron bonariensis Hairy Fleabane or Flax Leaved Horseweed Family: Asteraceae, Place of Origin: South America Hairy fleabane is aptly named: it is strigose (set with stiff bristles or hairs) throughout the plant – stems, leaves, flowers. Hairy fleabane is an...read more
When CNPS Conservation team members John Chesnut and David Chipping joined with Marla Morrissey to form the Morro Estuary Greenbelt Alliance, the non-profit brought government agencies together to secure funds to protect rare dune habitat surrounding Los Osos. As a...read more
A seed exchange is planned for the time slot from 6:00 to 7:15 before the October meeting. If you have been hard at work collecting this spring and summer, the time is almost here to part with those seeds. If you are interested in growing from seed, here is your...read more
California Goldenrod (Solidago velutina ssp. califonica or S. californica) The photo by Dr. David Chipping that accompanies this note are of the California goldenrod (Solidago velutina ssp. californica or Solidago californica). According to Dr. Hoover in his Vascular...read more
VOLUNTEER TO WORK THE PLANT SALE
The many ways to sign up to help with our Plant Sale
- Print out this slip and mail it via the post office, email it, or hand it to either Suzette or John at our October 6 meeting
- Call 805-674-2034 to volunteer or ask questions. Just indicate hours that you can help.
- Fill out this online form, which will auto-magically be emailed directly to John
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