Delaware Valley Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society
Lewisia cotyledon, Helleborus x hybridus 'Royal Heritage Strain', Aeoniopsis cabulica, Aquilegia saximontana, Primula veris cv., Narcissus 'Chiva', and Jovibarba heuffelii

Chapter Meetings and Events

2018

For details on the program and location of each meeting, download the current issue of Dodecatheon.

Arnica lessingii in Alaska

Arnica lessingii near the Bering Glacier in Alaska. Photo by Anton Reznicek

January 13 at 10 AM
Chapter meeting: Members' Show and Tell
Plymouth Township Community Center (Directions)

February 10 at 10 AM
Chapter Meeting
Louise Clarke will speak on the plants of western Australia
Plymouth Township Community Center (Directions)

March 3-11
Philadelphia Flower Show
Visit our display!
Philadelphia Convention Center, 12th & Arch Streets, Philadelphia

April 14
Chapter Plant Show and Chapter meeting
Mike Slater and Janet Novak will talk on rock garden construction
Church of the Redeemer, 145 W. Springfield Road, Springfield, PA (Directions)

May 10-12
Plant Sale at Morris Arboretum
Our group will sell rock garden plants, troughs, and more. The sale is open to Morris donors on Thursday, to members of our chapter and of Morris Arboretum on Friday, and to the public on Saturday. More information.
Morris Arboretum, Philadelphia

June 2
Bus trip to the New York Botanical Garden
To sign up, send your name, contact information, and $30 deposit to Jerry Rifkin, 310 Valley Road, Merion PA 19066 (email).

June 9
Chapter Plant Sale
Plant donations are accepted from 8:30 to 9:30 AM; sale opens at 10 AM
Members may bring guests to the sale.
Robbins Park, Ambler, PA (Directions)

June 23
Bog garden workshop at Aquascapes Unlimited
Details to be announced.

July 6-8
NARGS Annual General Meeting in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
For information, see the NARGS meeting page.

waterfall at the New York Botanical Garden

Waterfall in the rock garden at the New York Botanical Garden. Our group is taking a bus trip to the garden in June. Photo by Rhododendrites via Wikimedia Commons.