Susan Knapp, one of the founding members of the FNPS Passionflower Chapter, was presented with an award of appreciation at a plant rescue in Clermont on June 14th. Susan was instrumental in advocating for the name “Passionflower” as it was reflective of the passion members display for promoting and preserving native plants in addition to being the name of one of our most beautiful and beneficial natives. Since the founding of the chapter Susan has worked tirelessly to support local chapter activities and served as Passionflower’s Chapter Representative, connecting with other chapters at state-wide Florida Native Plant Society meetings. Susan is stepping back from the chapter to focus her passion on rescuing native plants and conservation initiatives across Central Florida. She has certainly made a difference and Passionflower is grateful for her many contributions and dedication.