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A gift membership in the Northwestern chapter of NARGS is not only a thoughtful present for almost any occasion, it also helps us to continue providing conservation, cultivation, and knowledge of rock garden and alpine plants, their value, habits, and geographical distribution to the public!
Give a friend or family member who is passionate for plants a gift they can enjoy throughout the year.
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Are you interested in learning how to grow rock garden plants successfully in the Pacific Northwest? Do you like alpine plants and small perennials that can’t be found in the big box garden centers? If so, you are the right place!
Membership in the Northwestern Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society (NWNARGS) includes two people at the same address.
Our membership year runs from July to June, however you may join at any time during the year. If you join after April 1, your membership will be good through June 30 of the following year.
Membership Rates are as Follows:
Paid by Check: $15.00 per year (includes two individuals at the same address)
Paid Online with a debit or credit card via PayPal: $16.00 per year (includes two individuals at the same address)
Benefits of belonging to the Northwestern Chapter
Two Annual sales of choice plants
Monthly Chapter meetings Fall, Winter, & Spring with speakers from all over the world
Access to sales of rare and hard-to-find books
Field trips led by experts
Members-only garden tours
Workshops led by experts
Bimonthly news letters
November banquet and a membership garden picnic in Summer
Generous sharing of member's knowledge and plant materials
photo by Saori Cretin