Hilltop Garden and Nature Center serves as an educational and recreational resource for youth gardening, Indiana University students and staff, and the surrounding community. Hilltop welcomes both visitors and garden volunteers and hosts family gardening programs.
Contact: Kaylie Scherer, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Limestone Daylily and Hosta Society, a Region 2 club of The American Hemerocallis Society (AHS), is involved in local community gardening projects. The group, open to men and women of all experience levels, meets monthly in the evening.
Contact: Roger McCay, email@example.com
The Monroe County Master Gardener Association is affiliated with Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. Master Gardeners help others in the community grow by first enrolling and completing evening training and then sharing their horticulture knowledge. Master Gardeners, open to men and women, meets in the evening every other month.
Contact: Amy Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern Indiana Daylily, Hosta, Daffodil, & Iris Society promotes public interest in growing daylilies, hostas, daffodils, and irises with monthly evening meetings featuring educational speakers, annual plant sales, garden visits, and plant give-aways. Membership is open to men and women of all experience levels.
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The Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society actively battles invasive plants and seeks to preserve native plant life and attract pollinators. Membership categories include students, school/youth groups, and individual/households as well as corporate and booster groups.
The Bloomington Garden Club has a special interest in children’s gardening and in supporting not-for-profit organizations' gardening programs. Membership is limited to 40 experienced gardeners, women only, who must to be nominated to join. The group meets in the afternoon eight times a year for educational programs.