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The Georgia Perennial Plant Association is an organization that welcomes plant lovers of all kinds, because no garden is complete with perennials only.  We want to share that love along with knowledge, expertise and helpful information regarding buying, planting, caring for and sharing plants.

 

Benefits of membership include invitations to our lectures, mini-talks, Q&A's with the experts, workshops, and local garden tours and visits.  We also co-host the annual Inspired Gardener Symposium with the Atlanta Botanical Garden and offer a discount on admission.  Members also receive regular newsletters mixing updates on our activities with regular material about perennials and gardening of interest.

 

The Members' Only Content section gives members exclusive access to our newsletter and article collection, our guide to local and not so local nurseries, and helpful gardening content.  If there is other content you wish to see, please let us know.  Comments

 

In the near future, we hope to offer plant sales.   If you are interested in participating in any of these things, let us know. Volunteer Now  

 

We wish to remain a vital gardening association so we want to know the events and content you want going forward. Offer your suggestions or help: Comments

 

Meanwhile, we could use your financial support. We've been without our major fundraiser, the silent auction at the Inspired Gardener Symposium, since the pandemic began.  We hope that even if you have suggestions, you will join or renew now.  Not ready to join, but like to help?  Please consider donating.

 

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 New Content 7/2/2022 (click on to see)

 

  Welcome Message from New Vice-President, Daria Jones 

 

 Lavandula - Lavender on the Perennial Plant Blog

 

 6/10/20

The Making of McFarlane Meadow - Part 8 

 

 EPA Guide to Mosquito and Tick Repellents

 

Also coming soon:  An interview with the owner of The Kai Garden, which grows and sells rare and unusual perennials (and some tropicals) inside the perimeter by appointment and via pop-up sales.   What a delightful find!