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  • Join in conserving native plants – our natural heritage

Residential Landscape Design

This class has been rescheduled for February 16, 17, 19, and 22! Four dynamic sessions of Residential Landscape Design class in one week! This class is appropriate for beginners and tackles the different aspects of the landscape design process. You'll consult with the instructor and work on a project of your own choosing. 


Founders' Medal

We're delighted to announce the inaugural Founders' Medal, for exceptional leadership and achievement in the conservation and promotion of healthy, biologically diverse landscapes. Dr. Paul Smith, until recently head of the Millennium Seed Bank, will receive the honor at a formal dinner on March 26.



Conservation Symposium

At the Society's daylong symposium on March 26, several of New England's leading scientists will present their latest research on "Climate Change and the Future of Plant Life," and we will showcase the publication of our first "State of the Plants" report for New England.



Sponsor a Seed

Support seed collection in New England and help save our endangered plants.
Sabatia kennedyana


Explore Alaska

June 24-July 5, 2015 
We invite you to join us to explore the wonderful wildflowers, wildlife and spectacular landscapes of Alaska! Alaska possesses a profusion of native plants from streamside to mountainside. There are more than 1,500 plant species in the 49th state, from sea level to just below the snow line.


What's in Bloom

October 24

Hamamelis virginiana

Hamamelis virginiana (common witch hazel)

Join Our Team

New England Wild Flower Society has an opening for a receptionist/administrative assistant. This is a great opportunity to work for an important cause at a dynamic organization! 


Save Native Plants

Preserve today what you want to enjoy tomorrow. Our essential conservation efforts in every county of New England continue to increase in importance as the impacts of climate change are felt ever closer to home. Make your 2015 charitable donation today!