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Spread the word!
Whether you're looking for a copy of our native plant booklet, gift certificates for native plants, a sign for your yard, t-shirts, hats, shopping tote or more, we have it all. Help us get the word out by spreading our message!
Guidebook: Native plants for Northern Virginia
Created in partnership with the Virginia Native Plant Society, the cost of this booklet covers printing, tax, and shipping and handling. Use the button below to purchase via PayPal. You can also download the guide for free online.
For a single booklet, $9.00:
Also available in some stores.
Visit our CafePress store
Whatever Plant NOVA Natives merchandise you want, it's here! A variety of short- and long-sleeve t-shirts for men, women, and children, sweatshirt, hats, canvas bags, mugs, water bottles, calendar, magnets, and more!
(Sometimes the prices may be lower if you use this link.)
Give the gift of trees!
Honor your friends and family members with tree seedlings to be planted in their name. Once planted, the recipients will be able to see them on a map. Thanks to our friends at the Fairfax County Restoration Project, proceeds from the Reforest Fairfax tree gifting program are now being used to support the work of Plant NOVA Natives as we promote the use of native trees and other native plants in the landscape. $35 per gift.
Buy a sign for your yard
The best native plant advertising is your yard or business. You've shown your neighbors what native plant landscaping looks like; get the conversation started or continued with a sign. Order one using our designs, or create your own!
And don't forget to donate!
Volunteerism is the backbone of the Plant NOVA Natives campaign. But money definitely helps! Facebook ads, banners, printing, mailing, public events, and the website all cost something. Please click on the button to make a financial contribution. (And look under "Spread the Word" for the many, many ideas for how you can help in other ways.)
Help reverse the decline of native plants and wildlife in Northern Virginia.