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         Plant Societies:     more books (100)
  1. Water Treatment Plant Design (McGraw-Hill Handbooks) by American Water Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2004-05-01
  2. Perspectives in Plant Cell Recognition (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series)
  3. Buddlejas (Royal Horticultural Society Plant Collector Guide) by David D. Stuart, 2006-04-01
  4. Butterfly Gardening with Florida's Native Plants by Craig Norman Huegel, 1991-01
  5. Plants and Temperature (Society for Experimental Biology Series : Symposia 42) by S. P. Long, 1989-03
  6. National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Trees of North America : East (The Audubon S ociety Pocket Guides) by NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY, 1987-01-12
  7. Plants under Stress: Biochemistry, Physiology and Ecology and their Application to Plant Improvement (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series)
  8. Rock Garden Plants of North America: An Anthology from the Bulletin of the North American Rock Garden Society by North American Rock Gardening Society Staff, North American Rock garde, 1996-04-01
  9. Royal Horticultural Society New Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers (RHS)
  10. American Horticultural Society Garden Plants and Flowers by Ian Spence, 2004-05-17
  11. Flora of Melbourne: A Guide to the Indigenous Plants of the Greater Melbourne Area by Society for Growing Australian Plants, 2001-09-01
  12. Water Treatment Plant Design by American Water Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1997-10-01
  13. First the Seed: The Political Economy of Plant Biotechnology (Science and Technology in Society) by Jack Ralph Kloppenburg Jr., 2005-03-16
  14. Plant Canopies: Their Growth, Form and Function (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series) (Volume 0)

21. Action Center
Meanwhile native plant societies, botanic gardens, arboreta, scientific institutions, and volunteers work to fill the gaps in federal plant conservation
Native Plant Conservation Campaign HOME
(updated May, 2008!) Conservation Economics International Equal Protection for Plants Important Plant Area s
JOIN THE NPCC! DONATE to the Campaign (c) Jessie Harris
Sign up for NPCC News
Read the NPCC News Archive
Make A Difference For Plants
(c) Priscilla Titus
Contact us! Native Plant Conservation Campaign
PMB 151 1459 18th St. San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: 415 970 0394 e mail: Emily Roberson Director, NPCC
(c) David Tibor (c) John Game (c) Susan Meyer (c) Lori J. Makarick
Action Center
Speak up for Native Plants! Contact your Elected Representatives Conservation an issue of survival. Contact your members of Congress and let them know your views. Tell them how you feel about plants and the web of life we all depend upon. Remember - they work for you.
SPEAK OUT! To find e mail addresses and telephone numbers for your House Representative , click here
Senators , click here
Ask them to work for equal Conservation funding and legal protection for all species Plants receive vastly inferior protection from federal laws and agencies. This situation must be corrected if we are effectively to conserve our natural heritage.

22. The Hardy Plant Society Of Oregon--Links
Other Hardy Plant Groups. Other Hardy Plant societies and groups.
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Links of Interest to Gardeners
Horticultural Organizations Botanical Societies and Gardens Educational Institutions Other Hardy Plant Groups Links Information The Society's Policy on Links Botanical Societies and Gardens Interesting societies and botanical gardens, many with links to other similar sites Back to Top Educational Sites Links to the horticultural sites of other educational and non-profit organizations Back to Top Other Hardy Plant Groups Other Hardy Plant societies and groups. The Hardy Plant Society - Connecticut Chapter
The Hardy Plant Society - Great Lakes Chapter

The Hardy Plant Society Mid-Atlantic Group

The Salem (Oregon) Hardy Plant Society
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The Hardy Plant Society's Policy on Links The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon has editorial control over which links are included on this website.

23. Calendar Of Garden Events
Searchable database of gardening events submitted by garden clubs, plant societies, academic groups, botanical gardens and nurseries.
Blogs Garden Voices Forums Garden Forums ... Garden Bazaar Calendar of Garden Events W elcome to GardenWeb's Calendar of Garden Events. This calendar lists events which have been submitted by garden clubs, plant societies, botanical gardens and others holding garden-related events. Using the form below, you can display listings by date, location, category and/or keyword. If you would like to add an event to the calendar, please use the submission form.
Y ou can display using any or all of the parameters. Or you can just page through the complete list. You can use more than one keyword and specify more than one category ( see notes ). But keep in mind, using broader parameters will result in more hits. Nov 2010 Dec 2010 Jan 2011 Feb 2011 Mar 2011 Apr 2011 May 2011 Jun 2011 Jul 2011 Aug 2011 Sep 2011 Oct 2011 Nov 2011 Dec 2011 Alabama Alaska Alberta Arizona Arkansas British Columbia California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Manitoba Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Brunswick New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York Newfoundland North Carolina North Dakota Nova Scotia Ohio Oklahoma Ontario Oregon Pennsylvania Prince Edward Island Puerto Rico Quebec Rhode Island Saskatchewan South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming International Shows Festivals Plant Sales Plant Swaps Garden Tours Lectures Workshops Seminars iv_NewdrawMSN(6477); //Passing the Ad Unit ID

24. Untitled Document
Henrik Helms Madsen s cactus collection. How to grow the plants. Society information.

25. Plant Societies | Norfolk Botanical Garden
Many of the following organizations meet at the Garden. Please see each society's page for more information about their calendar of events. Butterfly Society of Virginia

26. Plants Reunited, Bringing People And Plants Together
Welcome to our list of Plant Societies. Please email us at if there are any errors within the following information or if you are a Plant Society and would

Event calendar and membership information.
Meetings for 2010: Jan 28 April 22 July - No Meeting Oct 28 Feb 25 May 27 Aug - No Meeting Nov 25 Mar 25 June 24 Sept 23 Dec - No Meeting All meetings held in the Cedar Room at VanDusen
Botanical Gardens, 5251 Oak Street, Vancouver. Meetings start at 7:30 PM , visitors are welcome. June 12 - 13, 10AM - 5PM E-mail us for more information. ABOUT the SOCIETY Contact info We are an enthusiastic group of 'casual amateurs' who are fascinated by cacti and succulent plants. We meet monthly to discuss our hobby, to watch slide shows and to display our plants as they grow and flower. The degree of interest of our members ranges from novice growers and casual hobbyists who like cacti and succulents because of their bizarre habits (of the plants, although according to some spouses - of the enthusiasts, too), to collectors and growers involved in specialized propagation of rare and endangered species. Collections range in size from the window ledge variety, to multiple greenhouses. Our membership includes those who have worldwide contacts, those who attend international and regional conferences, and those who regularly travel to destinations around the world to see plants in habitat. We share our interests in studying, collecting, growing and the conservation of cacti and succulents. If you find this a little intimidating, don't worry - there are plenty of us who are so casual, we don't even know the 'right' names for most of our plants - we just know we like them!

28. Barry's Book
Editor of the International Carnivorous Plant Society newsletter. Includes answers to FAQs along with a photo gallery.
Barry Rice
- a scientist in love with the Earth and stars -

Carnivorous plants

Invasive species



My books
Carnivorous plants Science! Astronomy Botany Trivia Employment Nosey stuff Contact information Appearances and shows 10 April 2010: BACPS, Update on California CP fun (Oakland, California). 27 June 2009: Davis Botanical Society, Field trip leader (Butterfly Valley, California). 14 May 2009: Davis Botanical Society, Speaker (Davis, California). 24 Jan 2009: BACPS, Panelist (Sebastapol, California). 16 Aug 2008: BACPS, Judge (Oakland, California). 19 Jul 2008: Filoli Center: (Woodside, California). 9 Jan 2008: North Coast California Native Plant Society (Arcata, California). 16 Nov 2007: Sierra College (Rocklin, California). 19 Oct 2007: St. Louis Carnivorous Plant Society (St. Louis, Missouri). 4 May4 Nov 2007: CHOMP! Conservatory of Flowers (San Francisco, California). 21 Apr 2007: North Carolina Botanical Garden (Chapel Hill, North Carolina) Barry's Books I have written two botany books. Which are you looking for?

29. Cactus And Succulent Plant Societies
cactus and succulent plant societies and a few other groups related to nonsucculent plants.
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Plant Societies
Search this site: One of the best methods of obtaining information about growing cacti and succulents is to join one or more cactus and succulent societies where you will be able to obtain advice from other members, and take advantage of their experience in growing some of the more difficult plants.
Society members will often have cuttings of plants for sale or exchange, so this can also be a good way of enlarging your collection.
Links on this page are checked monthly with the
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Earlier notification of broken links and suggestions for additional bookmarks are welcome.
Email: webmaster if you would like a free listing for your society.

30. Australian Carnivorous Plant Society - Home
Gives society bulletins, meeting times, written articles and membership details.

31. Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society, CCPS
Offers photographs, message board, seed bank and vendor links.
Home About The CCPS About Me Growing CP ... Contact Us Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society Nepenthes villosa News This past year has been very busy for me. I spent 7 week in Australia and New Zealand for the ICPS 2008 conference. I had harddrive problems and lost over 15,000 photos from the trip. I did manage to save some and I will have them up on the site in the next week or two I added 743 Nepenthes Photos from My Trip to Borneo it is a must see Go here Conservation Projects NASC The mission of the National Sarracenia Collection is to serve as a living record of the taxonomic, morphological and genetic diversity of the genus Sarracenia for purposes of conservation and cultivation. -Jeremiah Harris- Last Update Carnivorous Plant Web Ring Previous Site Next Site International Carnivorous Plant Society Welcome to the Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society website. The new site will be much easier to use, have more photos and more information. With 5000 CP photos I believe we have one of the largest compilation of CP related photos under one domain name. Feel free to have a look around and email me with any questions or comments.

32. Plant Societies
The following Clubs meet at North Haven Gardens. Please contact the club prior to attending a meeting. Occasionally, clubs will plan a trip on a meeting date.
Special Interest Gardening Groups
The following Clubs meet at North Haven Gardens. Please contact the club prior to attending a meeting. Occasionally, clubs will plan a trip on a meeting date. Some clubs do not meet in the summer. Some clubs plan holiday events elsewhere in November and/or December.
  • Begonia Society 214-363-5316, Meets the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
  • Bonsai Society 214-357-3048, Meets the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
  • Bromeliad Society 972-699-4013, Meets the fourth Saturday of every other month (starting in January) at 3:00 p.m.
  • Dallas Rose Society 214-350-7023, Meets the fourth Friday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
  • Daylily Growers of Dallas 972-279-2010, Meets the third Saturday of the month at 10:00 a.m. (no meetings in July, August)
  • First Men's Garden Club of Dallas 972-530-3691, Meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Herb Society of America, N. Central Chapter 972-271-9114, Meetings scheduled for January, February, May, and October 2005 Iris Society of Dallas 972-231-9594, Meets the third Sunday at 3:00 p.m. (no meetings June, July, August)
  • 33. Iris Et Bulbes à Fleurs
    Society for the discovery and enjoyment of iris, other irides and bulbous plants of botanical and horticultural interest. French site, with several pages in English.
    Entrez dans le monde des iris
    et plantes bulbeuses
    Société Française des Iris et plantes Bulbeuses
    Passionné d' iris
    de bulbes et de jardins,
    liste de graines 2009

    Apprenez à hybrider
    puis à semer les iris
    Trouvez les bonnes adresses de pépiniéristes
    Visitez !
    Couleur de novembre
    Agenda des fêtes des plantes

    Exposition-concours d'iris, à revoir en mai-juin 2011 Jouy-en-Josas Découvrez les iris des hybrideurs français Récentes discussions sur le FORUM Nouvelles pages :

    34. Plant Societies
    Plant Societies and Organizations The Bay Area has branches of many of the California and national plant societies.
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    Plant Societies and Organizations
    The Bay Area has branches of many of the California and national plant societies. Regular meetings give members and newcomers the chance to get plant info, trade plants, and learn more about the specialty. Check their web sites for information on local chapters, meeting places and times. African Violets The African Violet Society Asclepiads International Asclepiad Society Bamboo American Bamboo Society Begonias American Begonia Society Bromeliads Bromeliad Society International Bonsai American Bonsai Society Cactus and Succulents Cactus and Succulent Society of America Cactus and Succulents San Francisco Succulent and Cactus Society California Botanical Society California Horticultural Society Camellias International Camellia Society Carniverous Plants International Carniverous Plant Society Chrysanthemums National Chrysanthemum Society USA Conifers American Conifer Society

    35. North American Native Plant Society
    Dedicated to the study, conservation, cultivation and restoration of native plants.

    36. Native Plant Society Of Saskatchewan | Home
    NPSS promotes understanding and conservation of native plants.

    37. National Junior Horticulture Association
    Plant Societies. African Violet Society of America, Inc. American Bamboo Society American Begonia Society
    Welcome NEWSFLASH Contact Us Convention ... Y/C Handbook Resources
    Plant Societies
    African Violet Society of America, Inc.
    American Bamboo Society
    American Begonia Society
    American Bonsai Society
    American Clematis Society
    American Conifer Society
    The American Daffodil Society, Inc.
    American Dahlia Society
    American Fern Society
    American Gourd Society American Hemerocallis Society American Hibiscus Society American Hosta Society American Iris Society American Orchid Society American Peony Society American Rhododendron Society American Rose Society The Azalea Society of America Bonsai Clubs International Bromeliad Society International, Inc. The Herb Society of America, Inc.

    38. Home Page - Native Plant Society Of New Jersey
    Encouranging an appreciation of native flora and preserving it for future generations to enjoy.

    39. Plant Societies
    Information on the plant societies that meet at Fairchild. If you have a favorite type of plant you want to learn more about, one of the best ways to do that is by joining

    40. NPSO - Home Page
    Details membership, bulletins, their own email discussion list and the officers of each chapter in the Society.
    Home 2011 Photo Contest
    Welcome to!
    • Whether you're a first-timer or a regular visitor to our website, we hope you find what you need. If it's not here, or you have a suggestion for improvement or a problem report,
    Enjoying Oregon's native flora
    • Oregon has over 4000 species of native plants. Large or small, abundant or rare, each is unique and special.
    • Student of the flora! (N. Jensen)
    • Ecoregions ranging from coastal sand dunes and mountain forest to prairie grasslands and alpine lava fields provide a myriad of habitats for these plants. Local chapters hold meetings, field trips, and plant shows and sales for members and non-members alike, making available the knowledge and wonder of our native plants to everyone.
      Over 200 of our native plant species (including fungi) are rare or in danger of extinction, with no secure populations anywhere in the world. Another 300+ species are rare or threatened in Oregon, although safe elsewhere. Native plants provide food and support for wildlife that introduced plants cannot. Conserving and preserving species and habitat for all native species, but especially those in danger, is a priority for NPSO.

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