This year’s FNPS Conference is taking place virtually. You can visit our virtual booth on the Whova platform. On our website, use code FNPS22 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S.

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Read on for highlights and bonus material from this year’s exhibit.

Gardening Book Tour with Author Ginny Stibolt

Author Ginny Stibolt visited us to film a tour of University Press of Florida gardening books on sale for the annual conference of the Florida Native Plant Society.

Newest Gardening Titles

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Adventures of a Transplanted Gardener
Advice for New Florida Gardeners

Ginny Stibolt

“Gardening in Florida is not like gardening elsewhere. This is a book that will surely prove useful to every other gardener ‘transplanted’ to Florida from somewhere else—and the rest of us who are still catching on despite years here in the Sunshine State.”—Craig N. Huegel, author of The Nature of Plants: An Introduction to How Plants Work

“Offers guidance for growing fruits and vegetables, selecting native plants, and encouraging wildlife using sustainable gardening practices that seek to protect Florida’s neighborhoods and natural areas.”—Nicole Pinson, urban horticulture agent and master gardener coordinator, UF/IFAS Hillsborough County Extension 

Your Florida Guide to Butterfly Gardening
A Guide for the Deep South

Jaret C. Daniels
Second Edition

Praise for the first edition:  

“[Specifies] many ways to attract beautiful winged creatures.”—Publishers Weekly  

“Gives easy-to-follow instructions for making your garden a butterfly magnet.”—Tallahassee Democrat  

“Shows that gardening to attract butterflies doesn’t take a lot of time, effort, or room.”—Tampa Tribune  

“A resource you will quickly and easily assimilate, as you discover everything about why butterflies are so important and how you can create your own butterfly garden.”—Ocala Star-Banner  

“Will definitely appeal to butterfly fans. It’s brimming with color photos of every butterfly you’re likely to encounter, as well as clear photos of their larval stages.”—Lakeland Ledger  

“Gives readers all the information they need to start a butterfly garden.”—Stuart News

The Ecology of the Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of Northern Florida
Robert W. Simons

“An excellent account of the ecology of the trees, shrubs, and woody vines of northern Florida. The information is based on a lifetime of experience studying Florida’s woody plants and will be useful to foresters, biologists, students of the natural sciences, and anyone interested in the biota of the region.”—Walter Judd, author of Plant Systematics: A Phylogenetic Approach, Fourth Edition  

“Simons has spent fifty years researching the literature to provide a compendium of ecological knowledge about the woody plants of the northern Florida area. He has carefully examined each plant, traveling comprehensively throughout the area, often with other experts, to record the ecology of each species he discusses.”—David W. Hall, author of Grasses of Florida  

The Palmetto Book
Histories and Mysteries of the Cabbage Palm

Jono Miller

“Brings the author’s curiosity and natural history knowledge vividly to the reader.”—Choice 

“A love letter to the cabbage palm.”—Sarasota Magazine

“With a droll wit, Miller takes on the raging debate over the palmetto’s classification, longevity and desirability. . . . Miller takes us on field trips from Key West to the Panhandle and up the Atlantic coast onto Virginia in search of cabbage palms.”—The Gabber

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