The Native Plant Study Group (NPSG) was formed in Victoria, BC in 1993. NPSG is guided by a volunteer steering committee and is a member of the BC Council of Garden Clubs.


NPSG CONTACT

Nathalie Dechaine
chair




VOLUNTEER WITH NPSG!

Help is needed on the following committees:


field trips/activities coordinator


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The Native Plant Study Group presents:

Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 7pm

Restoration of Playfair Park's Garry Oak Meadow: a work in progress
with Colleen O'Brien

Since 2010, Colleen has given more than 5,000 hours and lead Playfair Park's volunteer efforts to liberate camas and other native plants from the clutches of dense alien grasses. She has developed a method to control invasive annual grasses and herbaceous weeds and has even rescued a red-listed species in the process. Colleen will explain how to remove alien grasses and weeds while putting best restoration methods into practice.

UVic, MacLaurin Bldg, Rm D-116
Non member drop-in fee: $5. Students: FREE.
Remember $2.50 for parking at UVic.

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WHO WE ARE

NPSG brochureThe Native Plant Study Group is dedicated to learning about the native plants of British Columbia as wild populations and in garden settings, while promoting their use and conservation. Our diverse membership ranges from biologists to hobby gardeners, from horticulturists to plant enthusiasts.

General meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month from September to May (except December) and feature a speaker, draw for native plants and discussion.

NPSG brochure [ PDF | 600KB ]

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Many Thanks to our Sustaining Supporters!