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SEMPERVIRENS, THE VNPS QUARTERLY FOR SPRING 2018 IS READY TO READ!

 

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

 

Spring Plant Sales Are Happening Across the State!

 

 

Trout Lily, (Erythronium americanum). Check out the Pollen Project!

 

 

The 'Next Generation' at Tri-State Native Plant Conference Field Trip 

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Register Now to Celebrate the Cedars May 4-6!

 

Because the VNPS supported the Cedars with the 2015 fundraiser, and we continue to support Virginia’s Natural Heritage Program, staff have arranged for a special day-long tour on Friday and an appreciation & awareness event on Saturday.

The Cedars Natural Area Preserve is in Lee County in the Appalachian Plateau at the far western tip of the Commonwealth.

For more details, and to register, click here!

 

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There Really is a Pyxie-moss!

Pyxie-moss (Pyxidanthera barbulata) is a diminutive coastal plain endemic found only in the eastern portions of the Carolinas, southeastern Virginia, and the pine barrens of New Jersey and adjacent Long Island. It is adapted to frequent fire and minimizes heat damage... read more

The Root of the Problem: Garlic Mustard

It’s a classic tale of being careful what you wish for. As a high school student in Germany I went hiking with my classmates in the early spring woods. As I unpacked lunch, friends gathered knoblauchskraut at the forest edge, and we then added the native herb to our... read more

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