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The Canadian peony society was formed in January 1998.

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

We are a non-profit organization founded for the purpose of stimulating interest in, disseminating information about, and promoting the culture and...

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

The Median Iris Society (MIS) is a section of the American Iris Society (AIS) devoted to promoting interest in and development of median...

Founded in 1967, the american bonsai society is the pioneering national bonsai organization

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

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

The azalea society offers membership to anyone with an interest in azaleas, from home gardeners, collectors and students to plant professionals....

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...

Daffodil seeker is a daffodi database

International oleander society is a society for fans of oleanders.

The illiana garden pond society is a not for profit organization dedicated to pond and water garden education and care.

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

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

The holly society of America, inc. is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that was established to collect, promote, and disseminate knowledge...

The national chrysanthemum society developed a classification system for chrysanthemums.

At National Garden Clubs, Inc we connect you with people, plants, and programs that provide inspiration, information, and valuable resources.

Magnolia society is a society for magnolias.

The carnivorous plant newsletter (cpn) is the official publication of the international carnivorous plant society