Who Will Be A STAR Chapter?


Everyone in your FNPS chapter is a winner when you encourage Landscape Awards applications submissions from your region. 

Help People Showcase the Beauty of their Florida Native  Landscapes…That’s why we are members of FNPS, right?


Native plants bring life to this landscape!

Here’s all you do…

  • Check out the categories and criteria for the 2016 Landscape Awards.
  • Select a landscape or two in your area to represent your chapter.
  • Get moving – the deadline is March 18th. .
Here’s what is in it for you…
  • STAR Chapter recognition at FNPS Annual Conference in Daytona Beach May 19-22.
  • Prestigious local press release promoting your chapter.
  • Esteemed recognition in FNPS publications and website.

Increase your odds of success…

Print out the first two pages of the Landscape Awards application (back-to-back on the same sheet of paper) and create awareness by distributing to local organizations including:
  • Chapter meetings and events
  • Garden Centers
  • Elementary Schools with Butterfly Gardens
  • Master Gardeners
  • Local business groups such as the Chamber of Commerce
  • Other organizations
    • Notify your City and County Governments
    • Send a  Community Notice for radio announcements

Will you be a STAR Chapter? You'll never know unless you apply!




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David said…
Hi, I came across this blog while trying t identify a plant I'm observing in Southwest Florida for a research project. At first I thought the population was Beauty Berry but there are some features of the plants that do not match up. Is there any way I can reach out to one of the bloggers and send pictures of the plants I'm researching in hopes that someone can help me identify them? I would be appreciative of any help!

-David
Sorry for the late reply David. There are several Florida botany and Florida native plant FB pages that will help you id plants.
Sorry for the late reply David. There are several Florida botany and Florida native plant FB pages that will help you id plants.

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