Doing some online holiday shopping?

You can help FNPS while you shop and it won't cost you anything!


Use our Amazon links to buy
all your merchandise.
We have listed books here on the blog and on our website dealing with Florida native plants, native ecosystems, and sustainable landscaping with links to Amazon. If you use our links when you purchase these books, FNPS receives a referral fee.

BUT you can also help FNPS when you purchase anything from Amazon. Just use one of our book links to get into Amazon and then search for other items on your list from there. FNPS will receive referral fees for your whole shopping list.

See? Wasn't that easy??

Here are some new or interesting books you many be interested in for yourself or as a gift:

Principles of  Ecological Landscape Design
by Travis Beck
Your Florida Guide to Butterfly
Gardening:
 A guide for the Deep South

by Jaret Daniels
Attracting Hummingbirds and
Butterflies in Tropical Florida

by Roger Hammer


Everglades Wildflowers: A Field Guide to
the Wildflowers, Trees, Shrubs and
Woody Vines of the Florida Keys

by Roger Hammer
Native Florida Plants for
Shady Landscapes

by Craig Huegel
Forgotten Grasslands of the South
by Reed Noss


The Art of Maintaining a Florida Native Landscape by Ginny Stibolt (Note: 50% of the royalties will be paid directly to FNPS.) Native Florida Plants by  Robert Haehle & Joan Brookwell Florida's Best Native Landscape Plants 200 Readily Available Species for Homeowners and Professionals
by Gil Nelson
Your donation supports the FNPS Mission




As the year draws to a close, please remember to support your Florida Native Plant Society with an extra donation.
FNPS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is FNPS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible. To provide funds that will enable us to protect Florida's native plant heritage, please consider joining or renewing at the highest level you can afford.. 


The Mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.


The Society fulfills this mission through:
  • Support for conservation land acquisition
  • Land management that enhances habitat suitability for native plants
  • Education
  • Public policies that protect our native flora, especially rare species
  • Research on native plant species
  • Encouragement of local landscaping practices and policies that preserve Florida's native pla

Thanks to all our members, a group of hard working and dedicated volunteers who work on behalf of our beautiful state.



Written & posted by Ginny Stibolt

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