Welcome to the South Carolina Native Plant Society!

The South Carolina Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation and protection of native plant communities in South Carolina. We work to make this happen by providing programs and activities  including field trips, plant rescues, native plant sales, monthly educational lectures and educational journals designed to:

  • Educate and inform members and the general public about the importance of native plants
  • Support efforts by government agencies to protect habitats and endangered species
  • Encourage the use of native plant materials in public and private landscaping
  • Promote the commercial availability of native plant materials

Join us to enjoy and learn more about native plant and to help more people come to understand and appreciate the vital role native plant species play in the health and sustainability of our natural ecosystem!


Celebrate Native Plant Week! October 16-20th, 2017

The third week in October, OCTOBER 16-20, 2017, has been declared as “SOUTH CAROLINA NATIVE PLANT WEEK” to recognize the importance of native plants to South Carolina’s history, economy, landscape and environment. The South Carolina Native Plant Society is celebrating this week with events around the state, plants sales, native plant walks and more! Stay tuned for updates about the events happening that week….

We appreciate the hard work of SC Audubon to get this important week designated and look forward to celebrating with them and all of our conservation partners to bring awareness to native plants.

Events

October 17
Lecture, Richard Porcher
Founder’s Hall, Charlestowne Landing

October 21
Lowcountry Native Plant Sale,
Charlestowne Landing

Click here for a copy of the Resolution

 

Become a Member!

Native plants and the native landscape in many ways define us as a state and a people, giving us a sense of belonging, a sense of place. Native plants are our heritage. Be part of that heritage by becoming a member of the South Carolina Native plant society!

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