The Atlanta Botanical Garden will once again be the site of a Southeastern Palm Society meeting, and for a good many reasons. We’ll meet at 10:00 am on Saturday, August 27, 2016 at the garden’s visitor center to begin a tour of one of the Southeast’s premier garden showcases.
ABG hardly needs an introduction for SPS members. It remains home to an inspiring and long-established hardy palm collection, plus collections of rare conifers, camellias, tropical palms and jungle plants, roses, hydrangeas, magnolias, native plants, and just about any plant that will grow (or be tested) in the Southeast.
Admission to the gardens is $21.95, or free if you’re a member. Parking in the gardens is available at a reasonable cost. Lunch is available at two cafés and a restaurant.
Join us in Atlanta for a fun day of unusual plants, palms and fellowship with palm nuts.