What's that plant? Is it a weed? Do you wonder at the plants you see in your neighborhood or while hiking in Washington's forests and meadows? Would you like to learn about low-maintenance, beautiful native plants that attract wildlife, or join tours through protected natural areas?
Native Plant Appreciation Week 2018, April 22 through April 28 is a celebration of Washington's over 3000 native species, from desert plants to rain forest giants. With over 100 events throughout the State, everybody can enjoy, share and learn about Washington's splendid diversity. Join us, and Governor Jay Inslee, as proclaimed for 2018 and celebrate Native Plant Appreciation Week by learning more about Washington's native flora.
Enjoy information about the WNPS Native Plant Appreciation Week, NPAW, including the calendar of events by county as provided by WNPS and partner organizations. visit: www.wnps.org/npaw_main to learn more.