Native Plant Trust sanctuaries in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont are open for your enjoyment. All three states have lifted the mask mandate for outdoor spaces, if you are able to stay six feet away from people not in your household. Please avoid crowding at popular sites and also observe the rules to protect the plants.How many species of native plants are there in Vermont?
Included in the database are: 1,585 species of native vascular plants —including about 137 that are adventive (i.e introduced to Vermont from elsewhere in North America, but uncertain whether they will persist here) 600+ rare and uncommon native plant species including 163 threatened and endangered native plant speciesHow can we save New England's plant diversity?
Native Plant Trust and The Nature Conservancy announce Conserving Plant Diversity, a new report that provides a scientific framework and detailed roadmap for conservation action and land protection at the species, habitat, and parcel scales that will save plant diversity—and thus overall biodiversity—in New England as the climate changes.How can I identify New England plants?
Observe closely, collect a sample or take a photo, answer some questions, and narrow down to the correct ID. Identify over 3,000 New England plants by using either our multiple-access Full Key or our Dichotomous Key to families, genera, and species. Also learn about subspecies and varieties native to our region.