A number of publications on our site will be useful for gardeners. These include the MNPS Gardener's Guidelines brochures.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Chesapeake Bay Field Office, and others have lists of native plants appropriate to your region.
We promote native plants sales when they occur in season; try to patronize them as much as possible; by creating demand for native plants, you can help ensure that these plants will be more widely available.
One of your best local resources for plant problems and gardening help is your local Cooperative Extension Service:
Other organizations and government agencies also have some gardening information:
Check out the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council web site. They have brochures on conservation landscaping, and information on their annual conservation landscaping design contest.
Live in Maryland? Visit the Marylanders Plant Trees website for information on getting a coupon for purchase of a tree.
Find a Speaker
If you are interested in finding a speaker to talk to your group about native plants or invasive plants, please contact our speaker coordinator, at info @ mdflora.org.
Maryland Tree Expert Law. All tree care professionals practicing in Maryland must obtain a license to practice or advertise tree care services in the state. Please check their license before you employ them.
Noxious Weeds in Maryland. Maryland's Weed Control Program enforces management of noxious weeds on all types of lands, including yours. Learn to recognize and removed these pests.