Our January 2023 Chapter Newsletter is now available, including information on starting native seeds in milk jugs and native spring ephemerals.
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Our December Chapter Newsletter is now available, including highlights of our program on collecting and saving seeds, and a listing of native plants for holiday decorations.
Our November 2022 chapter newsletter is now available, including a summary of our program on native plants for four-season interest and suggested plants for fall color.
Our October 2022 chapter newsletter is now available, including a summary of our program on the significance of plant genotypes and phenotypes, suggestions for keeping birds from striking your windows, a discussion of fall yard work, suggestions for streetside plantings, and a visit to a Master Gardener’s property.
The last meeting of 2022 for the Controlled Plant and Noxious Weed Committee to take action on banning plants injurious to the health of our farmlands, waterways, forests, parks, and private lands takes place on October 20, 2022. Here is the link to send your comments by email: [email protected] In the subject line, write “CPNWC […]
Our chapter’s September newsletter is available now, including information about selecting and planting native trees in your home landscape.
The drought continues as we move towards autumn and many of our lovely goldenrods and asters are starting to grace us with their beauty. They don’t seem to know, or mind, that we haven’t gotten rain in weeks! Please join us on Thursday, September 8, at 7 p.m. to learn about Native Trees for the Home Landscape, […]
Our chapter’s August newsletter is available now, including information about native plant guilds, adding wildlife-friendly features to your garden, and suggestions for native plants that provide better habitat than some common nursery plants.
Our chapter’s July newsletter is available now, including information about rewilding efforts at Bondsville Mill Park in Downingtown, and suggestions for native plants you can use in container gardens.
Our chapter’s June 2022 Newsletter is available now, including lots of photos of the rewilding progress in a member’s yard, information on planting to support pollinators, and upcoming events. The recording of the meeting will be posted on our youtube channel soon.