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Welcome to the Society for Japanese Iris! We are a community of Japanese Iris enthusiasts dedicated to cultivating, hybridizing, and promoting the...

The tall bearded iris society (tbis) was founded to promote the distribution, cultivation, hybridization, and development of tall bearded irises as...


Join us for an extravagant meeting of aroid enthusiasts, growers and academics.

The alpine garden society is one of the largest specialist garden societies in the world.

American violet society specializes in violets

The herb society of america is dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educational programs, research, and sharing the...

The pacific bulb society (pbs) was organized in spring 2002 for the benefit of people who garden with bulbs

The business women’s network (bwn) is a group of the royal oak chamber of commerce. its focus is to provide networking opportunities in the...

He saxifrage society is the only international organization dedicated to the best plants in the world; the genus saxifraga and its relatives.

Your source for all things bamboo, bamboo societies, bamboo growers and bamboo products.

A great place to learn about lilies. The North American Lily Society (NALS) was organized in 1947 to promote interest in the genus Lilium. The...

The midwest daffodil society seeks to promote and encourage the growing and scientific study of the daffodil

He american rose society exists to promote the culture, preservation and appreciation of the rose and to improve its standard of excellence for all...

The American peony society was established in 1903 to promote cultivated peonies and foster studies to improve its worth as a garden plant.

Driven by a desire to share our passion and knowledge for the genus passiflora, identify and record newly discovered species and created hybrids ...

International oleander society is a society for fans of oleanders.

The purpose of the american hibiscus society, one of the larger specialized plant societies, is to encourage and promote the development and...

The RIS was organized in 1967 and is a section of the American iris society devoted to promoting interest and development of all iris types having...

The national chrysanthemum society developed a classification system for chrysanthemums.