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

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

The purposes of this society are to promote and maintain public and scientific interest in the research, development, preservation, and distribution...

Inside you will find bulb sources and growing tips exclusive to northern california

Daffodil seeker is a daffodi database

New england wild flower society promotes the regional native plants

The Canadian peony society was formed in January 1998.

Hello and welcome to the california gourd society a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to providing the cultivation, education and...

To promote the stewardship and conservation of Georgia’s native plants and their habitats through education and with the involvement of individuals...

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

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

The american rhododendron society specializes in rhodoendron

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

The american daylily society is a non-profit service organization dedicated to educating people about daylilies, promoting the cultivation and...

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

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

The national chrysanthemum society developed a classification system for chrysanthemums.

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

The american begonia society is a horticultural society devoted to the promotion, cultivation, and study of begonias (plant family begoniaceae).

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