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Hampshire Hardy Plant Society

The Hardy Plant Society (HPS) was formed in 1957 to encourage interest in hardy herbaceous plants.

The national HPS has a number of affiliated groups of members, one of which is the Hampshire Group.  In the Hampshire Group we run monthly meetings, organise visits to members gardens, publish a regular newsletter and offer day trips and short holidays to visit gardens and nurseries.  We also run a Conservation group and a plant propagation day.

Membership of the Hampshire Group is open to anyone who is member of the Hardy Plant Society nationally. You can find details of how to become a member on the Join Us page.

The group meets at St Boniface Church Hall, Hursley Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO53 2FT.  (map)

The entry fee to meetings is £3 for members and £6 for visitors.

There is a Display Table and Plant Sale table at most meetings.

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