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Promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida


Serving Seminole County

Cuplet Fern Chapter is one of 37 Florida Native Plant Society (FNPS) chapters throughout the state.
Our chapter was established January 2010.

Each local chapter has a Board of Directors and a chapter representative who participates in the state-wide Council of Chapters (COC) which is represented at the state level Board of Directors.  All chapters have a similar format of meeting/programs and field trips which are free and open to the general public.  However, each chapter may have different project involvement which support the mission of preserving, conserving, and restoring native plants and their plant communities.

Please join us at our monthly meetings and field trips.


Board Members

President Beth Jackson  
Vice President (Vacant) Send questions and information to:
Membership (Vacant) PO Box 150021
Secretary Christine Brown Altamonte Springs 32715
Treasurer Susan Angermeier cupletfern@gmail.com
Newsletter Kathleen Poole or leave a phone message at
Chapter Representative     Neta Villalobos-Bell (352) 658-3677
Member at Large Barbara Whittier  
Website Ken Bell  


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February 18, 2017
University Day at South Seminole Farm & Nursery  (flyer attached)
2010 E. Lake Dr, Casselberry, 9-5pm.
Cuplet Fern Chapter will present  “Native Plants for Problem Areas in Your Yard”, 10am.

March 4, 2017
Seminole County Gardening EXPO   (flyer attached)
250 W. County Home Rd, Sanford, 9:30-3:30pm.  
Cuplet Fern Chapter will have Florida native plants available and present
“Maintaining Native Plants in Your Yard”, 1pm.

March 11 - 12, 2017
Annual Plant Sale - Free Admission
9am - 5pm. Harry P. Leu Botanical Gardens
1920 N. Forest Ave., Orlando
Florida Native Plants for sale

April 22, 2017
Earth Day Celebration at Lake Lotus Park  
1153 Lake Lotus Park Rd, Altamonte Springs, 10am-2pm
Cuplet Fern Chapter will present “Integrating Native Plants into Your Yard”

Published on  07.02.2017