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Great Seed Bomb

Help restore native wildflowers along the Trinity Trails in Fort Worth in the 2nd annual Great Seed Bomb.  You CAN make a difference:  Donate $, donate native Texas wildflower seeds to make seed balls, help make seed balls, and or ride your bike (or walk) to throw out seed bombs!  Donate to the Event Here

The seed ball making event on Tuesday, October 25, the Fort Worth Zoo Education Center was a huge success!  Click here:  See how it's done

Bike Ride to toss out seed balls:  11/5/2016, 1-5pm   Tickets to Ride:  Register Here

VOLUNTEER:  If you can help at the information table to hand out the Recommended Native Plant List, tell people about our NPSOT - NC chapter, give our membership brochures, promote our new website and tell them about our events and activities, please contact Dawn Hancock to sign up.

NICE! Spring 2015 Plant of the Season

Mealy Blue Sage, Salvia farinacea: Low-maintenance and long-blooming perennial   Description: Mealy Blue Sage, Salvia farinacea, also known as Mealycup Sage, is an herbaceous perennial. It is native to New Mexico and Texas; its native habitat includes prairies and the edges of woodlands. Its names “Mealy” and “farinacea” both refer to the way the sepals…
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