You don’t need a greenhouse, but they sure are nice…

We’re always on the lookout for a few more serious plant geeks.

Few of our members have greenhouse setups. Our group members grow the majority of their plants indoors, often under lights, and that’s frequently a topic of discussion. If you want to hang out in person and get some help with your growing conditions, concerns, and questions, then this is a great group for indoor gardeners and collectors of tropical plants. Find your information on the internet and then bring your questions and growing experiences to us. We’re a supportive group of growers always looking to share and learn from one another.

If you’d like to know more, write to us through our contact page or look for us online on Facebook and Instagram.

Leaf cuttings being grown in sanitized upcycled lids from the grocery store.


Plant societies have long been known for the work they’ve done keeping plants in circulation while learning everything they can about them. This unique social experience stems from having hobby and professional growers working side by side.

Raffle plants waiting for us to raffle at an annual Christmas party at the home of one of our members.


At our meetings we traditionally have a raffle. Members can purchase a few tickets and then we take turns drawing names until all of the items are gone. It’s a great way to build a collection.

Just a handful of the many plants we regularly have available at sales.

Plant Sales

Another perk of membership is participating in our plant sales. Frequently we partner with other groups to offer a better shopping experience for everyone, but best of all, we like to partner with local nurseries as well. Plant societies are all about building a human plant community and that’s best seen at our sales.

Connection with gardens, even small ones, even potted plants, can

become windows to the inner life. The simple act of stopping and

looking at the beauty around us can be prayer.

—Patricia R. Barrett