The Lexington chapter of Wild Ones is an environmental advocacy group that promotes the use of native plants in private gardens and public landscapes. Plants that are native to our region thrive here because they are adapted to our climate. They feed our local insects and sustain the higher order fauna of our region. Many native plants are stunningly beautiful and make great garden plants. In fact, gardening with natives is Nature’s way.
Holds monthly meetings with educational programs and opportunities to socialize
Organizes hikes and field trips in the Bluegrass
Offers two plant exchanges and one seed exchange per year
Manages a wildflower garden at Wellington Park in Lexington
Awards grants to our members for landscaping projects on public ground
Partners with other organizations to maximize our impact
Offers presentations and displays to interested groups about sustainable gardening