POTOMAC VALLEY CHAPTER NORTH AMERICAN ROCK GARDEN SOCIETY
Have some fun with a great group of plant lovers!
Find homes for your excess plants and take home some new treasures at our two Plant Exchanges-one spring, one fall.
Savor new experiences such as our trip to member Pam Harper's fabulous garden in the spring of 2005. Or learn how to make hybertufa troughs as we did at our trough workshop.
Share gardening experience with some of the best gardeners in the Washington area, including several government botanists and noted garden authors. Although rock gardening is our primary focus, most members grow a variety of plants including hellebores, hostas, arisaemas, irises and cyclamens. Look for these in the plant exchanges.
Learn from the experts! The Chapter sponsors entertaining and informative lectures by such noted horticulturists as Panayoti Kelaidis, plant explorer and Director of Outreach at Denver Botanic Gardens and Fred Case, native plant specialist who, with his wife, Roberta, authored the bible for Trillium growers, Trilliums .
Relax and unwind at our annual picnic: plants, food, and conversation will vie for your attention.
Receive our bi-monthly newsletter, the PVC Bulletin featuring articles of local interest plus occasional articles from newsletters from our parent organization, the North American Rock Garden Society.
Ready to join? Contact our Membership Chair, Linda Keegan
Print out the MEMBERSHIP FORM and mail it.