Native Plant Trust

Celebrate Native Plants

From the Wild to Your Backyard

Astragalus restoration on Conn. River

Botany Story Slam!

Reserve your seat now to hear some of the region’s most colorful plant geeks top each other with adventure stories—scrambling through briars, dangling off cliffs, and kayaking through mosquito-ridden swamps. Then cast your vote for the night’s best storyteller. Let's just hope they don't show scars. At Garden in the Woods, February 29, 6-8 p.m. Register here.

Photo: Native Plant Trust botanists restore the globally rare Robbins's milk-vetch (Astragalus robbinsii var. jesupii) on a wild stretch of the Connecticut River. Jane Roy Brown © Native Plant Trust

2019 staff + interns in the field, ME

Paid Internship Opportunities

Heads up, students and recent graduates in plant science, horticulture, and marketing: Native Plant Trust offers related paid internships in our Conservation, Horticulture, and Public Programs departments. Click here for details. Applications are due soon.

Photo: Horticulture staff and interns blueberrying in Maine, 2019; Uli Lorimer © Native Plant Trust

Nasami garden plant seedlings

Get Our 2020 Plant Availability List

Ready to see some green, if only in your mind's eye? Start planning your spring garden now, with our 2020 plant availability and price lists. (Click here to find PDF versions.) And use our Garden Plant Finder to get complete info about our plants. You can even pre-order your plants now—find instructions here.

Photo: Seedlings at Nasami Farm nursery; Wisty Rorabacher © Native Plant Trust

maple-leaved viburnum

You Can Help Save Species

Our work—saving imperiled plants, researching climate impacts, and growing plants to expand habitat for declining pollinators—is urgent. But we can’t do it without YOU. Your generous gift will help save native plants in the wild, grow them for gardens and restoration projects, and educate people on their value and use. In everything we do, we rely on your support. Please donate now.

Photo: Maple leaved viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium),  © Uli Lorimer


Winter Walking at the Garden

Garden in the Woods is closed to the public until spring. But if you are a Native Plant Trust member (Individual with Garden Access level or higher), you can enjoy Winter Walking at the Garden, Mondays through Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding holidays), until March 27, 2020. Check in and out at the Administration building with your membership card. To join, renew, or upgrade your membership, call 508-877-7630 x3104 or click here


Give a Membership This Year

Resolve to make someone happy in 2020: Give or renew a Native Plant Trust membership. Check out our membership options and benefits here!