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Who Are The Scottish Rock Garden Club?
The Scottish Rock Garden Club was founded in 1933 by a small group of
enthusiasts who were interested in promoting the cultivation of alpine
and rock garden plants. There are now over 4500 enthusiastic members
in 38 countries. The SRGC is the largest horticultural society in Scotland
and considered by many to be the friendliest and most accessible in the World. This site
adds a new dimension to club membership and provides non-members with a
window on club activities and membership benefits.
You can join the SRGC or renew your membership here and now using our secure
on-line membership facility - just click on "Join Here" in the menus on the left.
This site is packed with information on club activities
and covers every aspect of the cultivation of alpines,
rockgarden plants and dwarf bulbs. There are section
on shows, show reports, plant portraits, feature articles
For example, why not scroll down to "Hot Links" at the foot of this
page and take the link to our "Monthly Feature Article"?
Also unmissable are Ian Young's weekly "Bulb Log" and Sandy Leven's regular bi-monthly artciles, superb resources based on practical experience.
These and all the other features are accessible
from the menus on the left hand side of this page.
Contributions to this site are very welcome and we really want
to encourage the wider membership to participate.
If you feel you have something to offer,
please get in touch.
Please also take a look at our discussion forum .
It is visited regularly by a very active and friendly
group of "forumists".
If you have a question on any
aspect of cultivating plants, then the forum is a great place to
visit. It is becoming an important resource in itself.
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and would be very interested in your views, comments
and suggestions for improving it. Remember that
this site is a reflection of the SRGC's policy of
openness and friendliness, whether or not you are a
member. We do hope however that any non-members who
like the site will consider joining us and thereby
enjoy the wide range of benefits that membership of
the SRGC brings!
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