• Bloodroot
      Welcoming Spring: Bloodroot - Sanguinaria canadensis
  • Bluets
      Bluets - Houstonia caerulea
  • Moss Phlox
      Moss Phlox - Phlox subulata
  • Rue Anemone
      Rue Anemone - Thalictrum thalictroides
  • Showy Orchis
      Showy Orchis - Orchis spectabilis
  • Miterwort
      Miterwort - Mitella diphylla

DID YOU KNOW ?

Did you know that partridgeberry - Mitchella repens - flowers are distylous?
There are 2 forms of flowers, depending on their relative style/stamen lengths. Learn more abut them. See them both in our spring photogallery and select partridgeberry: spring photo gallery or go directly to the photo-page: partridgeberry . The partridgeberry in our yard is beginning to blooming now 5/25/2015. So it's time to keep your eyes open for them and look closely when you are out hiking.

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The Native Plant Society of New Jersey is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation, protection, and study of the native flora of New Jersey. Founded in 1985, we have hundreds of members across the state, and are organized into county and regional chapters. Our members include gardeners, horticulturists, naturalists, landscape designers, students, and native plant enthusiasts from all walks of life.

We conduct regular lectures and presentations with featured speakers on topics ranging from introduction to native plants, gardening with natives, identification and appreciation of the beautiful flora and ecosystems of New Jersey, ecological landscaping, and much more. Our annual meeting is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the native plant movement in New Jersey. We organize nature walks and garden tours, dispense advice on design and maintenance of native gardens and landscapes, and have helped establish native plant gardens around the state.