Since its inception in 1994, the LACPS has grown to be among the most influential regional groups dedicated to carnivorous plants. Meetings in the Los Angeles area, which are open to all, host celebrated botanists, horticulturalists, and explorers.

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December Potluck

The December 18th meeting will be held at the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce building and will include potluck-style grazing as might be expected from a club e...

McPherson on Nepenthes and Heliamphora

Stewart McPherson has kindly made slides from his August presentation available for online perusal. Download his Powerpoints from the Past Presentations pag...

February Meeting

The February meeting will convene on the 20th at the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce building in Alhambra.

Ivan in the SCCNPS Newsletter

Dr. FrankenSnyder has gone native. LACPS seedbank manager Ivan Snyder has a fun little article on Datura wrightii in the latest newsletter of the South Coas...

BACPS Article

The latest Bay Area Carnivorous Plant Society newsletter contains an article by Tony Gridley chronicling his recent LACPS pilgrimage.