Working together for Hernando County
The Hernando Chapter shares information with citizens who are interested in learning about native plants, their ecosystems, as well as all aspects of biological diversity.
Together, we learn how landscaping with native plants has a minimal affect on the environment. By using native plants, chemicals are eliminated, maintenance is reduced, water is conserved, and habitat is provided for wildlife.
Plant enthusiasts get to know all about plant species that make their home in Hernando, and the types of conditions they prefer.
Get to know us!
Our meetings are held the first Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. At each meeting we discuss native plants and native plant ecosystems. Subjects range from hummingbird gardening to black bear habitat. Each meeting has delicious snacks, and friendly company, native plants on display, and an information table. Please join us for a meeting. We hope you'll decide to join.
Winter Chores for your Hernando Landscape
Conservation News – Brooksville Bellflower Survey 2015
Cypress Lakes Preserve Field Trip, October 18, 2014
Florida Native Plant Garden at Triangle Park
Wild about the Weeki Wachee Preserve - Fieldtrip July 12
Rare Plant Encounters
Hernando Beach Native Plant Garden on Shoal Line Blvd.
Cypress Lake Preserve Survey's in Bloom
Location, Location, Location – Chinsegut Hill
Cypress Lake Preserve Get Oriented Hike
Helping Hands at Hickory Hill Native Nursery
A Special Holiday Tree
President's Message, Dec 2013
Join the Team: Cypress Lakes Preserve Native Plant Survey
Native Plants and History at Chinsegut Hill
Nature Coast Botanical Garden Blooms with our Efforts
Rare Plants of Chinsegut Hill