We had a great time at the annual conference of the Florida Native Plant Society last weekend in Tallahassee! This year’s conference theme was “Born to Burn: Conservation, Preservation, and Restoration on Public and Private Land.” We displayed lots of UPF books on gardening, botany, and environmental history. Several UPF authors made it to the conference and signed copies of their books. We’ve got some photos from the weekend for you to enjoy!
Ginny Stibolt signed copies of her two books: Organic Methods for Vegetable Gardening in Florida and Sustainable Gardening for Florida.
(You can now preorder her forthcoming book The Art of Maintaining a Florida Native Landscape, available in September! You can even get a special discount if you order before June 26! Click here and use discount code FNPS15 at checkout.)
Craig Huegel signed copies of his three UPF books: his NEW Native Florida Plants for Shady Landscapes, Native Wildflowers and Other Ground Covers for Florida Landscapes, and Native Plant Landscaping for Florida Wildlife.
Peggy Lantz was kept very busy signing her SOLD OUT book Florida’s Edible Wild Plants: A Guide to Collecting and Cooking.
Walter Kingsley Taylor’s Florida Wildflowers: A Comprehensive Guide is always a bestseller!
Did you miss this year’s conference in Tallahassee? Want to order some of these books with our special conference discount prices? The discount prices are good through June 26! Visit www.upf.com/FNPS15 and use discount code FNPS15 at checkout.