Plant Central Rappahannock Natives
The Plant Central Rapp Natives campaign showcases the colorful, beautiful variety of plants native to the Central Rappahannock area – Stafford, King George, Spotsylvania and Caroline counties and the City of Fredericksburg.
Plant Central Rapp Natives is a marketing campaign of a coalition of non-profit, governmental, and private partners, all working to reverse the decline of native plants and wildlife in Central Rappahannock Virginia.
Central Rappahannock native plants show a sense of place. Black-eyed Susans, Trumpet Honeysuckle, Flowering Dogwood, and Tulip Poplar let you know you are in the Central Rappahannock Area. If we demand more local native plants, the supply will be greater and more plant species will become available for the home garden.
Plant Central Rapp Natives Guide
This guide highlights plants native to the Central Rapp area. Although this guide is not comprehensive, the native plants featured were selected because they are attractive, relatively easy for the home gardener to acquire, easy to maintain, and offer various benefits to wildlife and the environment. Click the link below to learn more about the guide and how you can download a free, full color copy.
The Plant Central Rappahannock Natives campaign is part of a coast-wide regional native plant marketing initiative being coordinated and funded by the Virginia Coastal Zone Management Program through grants from the NOAA under the federal Coastal Zone Management Act.