This fascinating group of mainly Alpine Plants is regaining the popularity
it enjoyed a generation ago. The Saxifrage Society has been formed to promote the
cultivation of the genus and encourage their study in gardens and in the wild.
Illustrated Talks, Educational Visits
Research Projects, Specified Collections
Use of the slide library
Horticultural and Botanical Information
Advice on cultivation and identification
Aims and Objectives
The aim of the Saxifrage Society is to encourage the cultivation and enjoyment of
Saxifrages in gardens and in the wild
to further this aim it will
- Promote such activities as lectures, plants displays and practical workshops
- Give advice on such issues as cultivation, identification and nomenclature
- Publish a magazine at least once a year which will contain material on Saxifrages and on
- Maintain a collection of reference material relating to Saxifrages.
You can pay subscriptions by standing order,
online or via cash or cheque.
Here are our current subscription rates.
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