| Fall is an excellent time to talk with your members about planting natives in their garden, patio, and other outdoor spaces. This time of year offers plenty of time for plants to settle into their new surroundings and develop strong roots. Getting established throughout the fall and winter months lays the groundwork for a bountiful spring, when all they have to focus on is growing, growing, growing!|
If your chapter is having a native plant sale this year, email the details to Kelly McGinley. We’ll happily post a link to your sale on our social media, as well as on our website calendar.
Not having a native plant sale this year? There are lots of resources for you to use to excite and inspire your members. Try sharing the 2020 Birdy Dozen. Or utilize one of the articles in our shared Articles and Posts Archive. This archive is growing regularly and includes articles written by chapter leaders from across the state that are yours to reproduce with appropriate credit.
And, if your local nursery doesn’t yet carry an assortment of native plants, invite them to participate next year. We can help you get started with the process and all of the materials are already created and ready to use.