Thank you to all who volunteered at the Potting Party!
Thank you to all who volunteered at the Potting Party!
Happy to have lots of help
Happy to have lots of help
Lots of plants!
Lots of plants!
More plants
More plants
Lamium purpureum and Viola bicolor
Lamium purpureum and Viola bicolor
New Jersey Tea 2019 Wildflower of the Year
New Jersey Tea 2019 Wildflower of the Year
Flowering dogwood 2018 Wildflower of the Year
Flowering dogwood 2018 Wildflower of the Year
Wild geranium
Wild geranium
Wild columbine
Wild columbine
Blue-eyed grass
Blue-eyed grass
Tickseed coreposis
Tickseed coreposis
sundrops
sundrops
Bee on Smallanthus
Bee on Smallanthus
Milkweed and monarch
Milkweed and monarch
Black swallowtail
Black swallowtail
Beebalm
Beebalm
fiery skipper blue mist flower
fiery skipper blue mist flower
Monarch and milkweed
Monarch and milkweed
cloudless sulphur on thistle
cloudless sulphur on thistle
Horace’s duskywing butterfly
Horace’s duskywing butterfly
Renovating stonehouse garden
Renovating stonehouse garden
Stonehouse Habitat Garden
Stonehouse Habitat Garden
Stonehouse Habitat Bridge
Stonehouse Habitat Bridge
Jamestown Lily Stonehouse garden
Jamestown Lily Stonehouse garden
Farmer’s market
Farmer’s market
Farmer’s market
Farmer’s market
Phillip Merritt Annual Meeting
Phillip Merritt Annual Meeting
New Quarter Park Annual Meeting
New Quarter Park Annual Meeting

New Quarter Park. Doug De-Berry

Warhill Trail 2017
Warhill Trail 2017
Dogbane
Dogbane
golden alexanders
golden alexanders
Verbena Homestead purple
Verbena Homestead purple
Spiderwort
Spiderwort
Purple passion flower
Purple passion flower
Passion flower fruit
Passion flower fruit
Yellow passion flower
Yellow passion flower
mountain laurel
mountain laurel
stokes aster
stokes aster
common partridge pea
common partridge pea

common partridge pea

The Flora app!
The Flora app!
Greenhouse door !
Greenhouse door !
Our New Greenhouse!
Our New Greenhouse!
120 square feet!
120 square feet!

The John Clayton Chapter of the Virginia Native Plant Society was chartered in June of 1984 and was named in honor of the colonial botanist, John Clayton. Our membership includes beginners as well as professional botanists, novice and experienced gardeners, and folks who just like to walk and see some wildflowers and trees.

We present educational programs at our meetings, as well as to schools and civic organizations, conduct fieldtrips and workshops, participate in plant rescue and relocation, work on conservation projects, publish a bi-monthly newsletter, and have displays for libraries, schools, and events. We hold a native plant sale in April every year.

The John Clayton Chapter includes Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex, James City and York Counties, as well as the Cities of Williamsburg, Hampton, Newport News and Poquoson.