The Lowcountry Chapter of SCNPS is pleased to offer funding (up to $1,000) for projects that promote native plants in the 8 coastal counties of South Carolina. For more information, please see the attached flyer.
Please see plant lists below for our Spring Native Plant Sale!
Saturday, March 17, 9 am – noon
Charles Towne Landing parking lot, 1500 Old Towne Road, Charleston 29407
SCNPS Members can start shopping at 8:30! Volunteers can shop at 8:00!
We have a great selection of native plants with many hard-to-find species: colorful perennials, shrubs, trees, grasses, ferns and edibles. Cash, check, or credit card accepted. A plant list will be available before the sale on the SCNPS website. Admission to the plant sale is free. If you wish to explore Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, please pay admission in the visitor center. For more information, or to volunteer, contact Eddie Bernard at [email protected] or 843-270-1112.
You can find of PDF of the spring 2018 lectures, field trips and other information here:
Here is the plant list for the upcoming Fall Plant Sale that will be held on Saturday October 21 at Charles Towne Landing.
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Take a moment to review the fantastic lectures, field trips, and plant sale we have planned for this season!
The Board of the Lowcountry Chapter of SCNPS is pleased to offer up to $1,000 in grant funds for projects involving protection, preservation, restoration and/or education related to native plants. Please see the attached description for application requirements and deadlines.
Here is the list of plants we will have available at the sale:
Please read about our upcoming lectures, field trips, plant sale, and other activities (including elections and community project grant) here:
Plant sale lists are available here (this combines all vendor lists): Fall 2016 plant list
Please bring boxes with you to use for your plant purchases OR bring boxes to donate to the sale! Thank you!
The Lowcountry Chapter will once again offer two $500 grants for community projects that promote public education about native plants, or the protection, preservation or restoration of native plant communities. The funding criteria can be found here:
Please note that the deadline for the Fall 2016 application is October 1.