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National Organizations Directory

As a service to the public, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center collects information on native plant societies, conservation groups, governmental agencies, botanical gardens, arboreta, and other plant-related organizations throughout North America. Click here to add your organization to the directory. Affiliates are organizations that partner with the Wildflower Center to encourage the preservation and use of native plants in different regions of the country.

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Glide Wildflower Show

Address: 20062 N. Umpqua Hwy
P O Box 332
Glide, OR 97443

Region: Northwest

Phone: (541) 496-2124
Web: www.glidewildflowershow.org

Organization Structure: Private Non Profit
Organization Scope: City/Local
Organization Type: Native Plant Society

Services this organization provides

  • Wildflower or native habitat display on property
  • Provide educational programming
  • Open to the public
  • Offer public programs, trips, seminars, etc.
  • Native plant sales

Native Plant Focus: The Glide Wildflower Show, held annually the last full weekend of April, is the largest exhibit of native plants in the Pacific Northwest. The show emphasizes education, appreciation and conservation. More than 600 species of native and naturalized plants of Southwest Oregon are displayed, arranged by family and labeled with common and botanical names and maps showing occurrence throughout the state. Rare and endangered species are represented by photos. In the words of our founder, "By knowing our wildflowers, we can better preserve them for ourselves and for the future."

Publications: Glide Wildflower Show Flora Book

Description: The Glide Wildflower Show attracts over 1000 visitors annually to see and learn about native plants. Collecting teams travel throughout Southwest Oregon, from the Cascade Range to the coast and the Willamette Valley to the Siskiyou Mountains. Special exhibits, guest speakers, guided wildflower walks, and native plant sales all help visitors learn more about native plants and their importance.

Last Update: 2019-04-12
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