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If you are interested in the African Violet Society of Minnesota, please feel free to join us at a meeting, visit with us at a show, or learn more about us on our website.
|The Minnesota Bonsai Society was founded in 1971 to assist members in learning the art of bonsai. The club has special programs for bonsai beginners and offers a wide variety of programs and activities for all levels of bonsai skill. The Society offers monthly meetings which include exciting programs, demonstrations, and talks about various aspects of bonsai art and horticulture.|
|The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum features more than 1,000 acres of magnificent gardens, model landscapes, and natural areas-from woodlands and wetlands to prairie-with extensive collections of northern-hardy plants. Tour the Arboretum on 12.5 miles of garden paths and hiking trails. Walk the close gardens and bike, walk or drive the Three-Mile Drive to see more gardens and collections.
The University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is part of the Department of Horticultural Science within the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences at the University of Minnesota. Our mission is to provide a community and national resource for horticultural and environmental information, research and public education; to develop and evaluate plants and horticultural practices for cold climates; and to inspire and delight all visitors with quality plants in well-designed and maintained displays, collections, model landscapes, and conservation areas.
|The Minnesota Rose Society was organized in 1939 to foster the hobby of growing roses in Minnesota and surrounding areas. The Minnesota Rose Society is affiliated with the American Rose Society, the Minnesota State Horticultural Society and the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.|
|The Minnesota State Horticultural Society (MSHS) is one of the largest member supported horticultural societies in the US. Since 1866, we have served the gardening community through programs for individuals of all ages: our award winning Northern Gardener magazine, expert educational classes, outreach at gardening shows and statewide events. We are proud to maintain a garden lending library, online resources and a retail bookstore that features sought after material for gardeners, from novice to professional. Our signature program, Minnesota Green, in its 20th year, promotes community gardening as a means to strengthen neighborhoods by connecting people and plants.
At MSHS you’ll get connected. Become a member today and receive year-round usable benefits and join a community of gardeners who love to share their experiences.
|The American Hemerocallis Society, Inc. (AHS) is a non-profit organization. The AHS is organized exclusively for educational and scientific purposes, and especially to promote, encourage, and foster the development and improvement of the genus Hemerocallis and public interest therein.
Join the American Hemerocallis Society and receive four issues each year of 'The Daylily Journal.' A colorful, informative magazine featuring pictures of new cultivars; how-to articles on care, feeding, and hybridizing; and news of upcoming AHS meetings and conventions.
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|People who wish to find out more about Orchids are directed to the Orchid Society of Minnesota. They hold monthly meetings where they may learn what Orchids are and how to grow them under lights in the basement, on the windowsill, or in a greenhouse.|
|The Minnesota Water Garden Society (MWGS) is dedicated to increasing the enjoyment and enthusiasm for water gardening through promotion, education and shared experiences. We accomplish this by creating varied and exciting programs and special events that cultivate our interests, our hobby, and our association with each other. Members come from all over the greater Twin Cities area. Some members have several water gardens and are experts in their field while others just want to learn the basics.|