Regular meetings are held at the Masonic Hall, 430 Churchill Avenue,
North at Byron. There is free
parking on Saturdays on the streets near the Hall. Each meeting
features a speaker, access to our library and a coffee break.
For a sampling of our past speakers, click here.
Our speakers program features local, national and international
experts whose topics may include woodland gardens and species, plant
propagation and travel logs. Our primary focus remains rock gardening.
Our greatest asset though is our membership. During the
break, there is ample opportunity to socialize with some of the area's
keenest gardeners. While several members are professionals in horticulture,
most are, quite simply, avid gardeners who share a love for alpine and
rock plants. They are all quite happy to share their accumulated knowledge
Members can sign out publications from our library.
At our meetings we highlight other horticultural groups'
events, mini-presentations from members and various offerings from the
Non-members are welcome to attend our meetings. In some
situations, there is a non-member admission charge of $5.00 per person.
If you wish to join the Society by the end of the meeting (and a lot
of people do), the admission charge will be applied to your membership