Welcome to the Somerset Group of the Hardy Plant Society
The UK Hardy Plant Society (HPS) was formed in 1957 to foster interest in hardy herbaceous plants on the widest possible scale. The aims of the society are to give its members information about the wealth of both well and little known plants, and to ensure that all worthy plants remain in cultivation and have the widest possible distribution. In the Somerset Local Group, we provide information and activities at a local level for Hardy Plant Society members to promote the aims of the society.
This is accomplished by organising a programme of meetings, visits and publishing a local newsletter. (Please see the Programme of Events page for full details of forthcoming events.)
Membership of the local group is open to anyone who is member of the Hardy Plant Society nationally. You can find details of how to join on the Membership page.
This website is maintained by the HPS Somerset Group.
Our next lecture will be on Saturday 16 January, 10:00am for 10:30am (please note early start), at West Monkton Village Hall.
Helen Mount's talk about the Hardy Plant Society Conservation Scheme will be followed by a talk by Stuart Senior entitled "The man who planted trees".