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Fous de Palmiers
The palm society in France. Official website of French association
International Palm Society
The IPS site is the long-established 'Mecca' site for palm enthusiasts and growers. It is similar to the European Palm Society site in that it offers valuable information about palm species, where to buy them, botanical details, books info, an image gallery and message board. Also like the EPS you can actually join the society online. There is a brief overview about the IPS and its aims and objectives along with information about meetings and its own journal 'PALMS' (formerly 'Principes'). Back issues can be ordered online and also available is a guestbook, the chance to subscribe to the palm society list and much more.
The Cycad Society
USA based but worldwide focus on Cycads of all kinds founded in 1977
The Southeastern Palm Society
The Southeastern Palm Society is a friendly and respected source of advice on how to grow hardy palms, cycads, citrus and many other subtropical plants in the southeastern United States north of Florida. SPS meetings are held quarterly at notable public and private gardens. Our get-togethers are informal, with opportunities to share our common experiences. Depending on the season, meetings feature an expert speaker, plant auction or plant sale. Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend.
Central Florida Palm & Cycad Society
The Central Florida Palm and Cycad Society (CFPACS) is affiliated with the International Palm Society, The Cycad Society and the Palm and Cycad Societies of Florida. We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization whose goals are to be in operation solely and exclusively for scientific and educational purposes related to the study of palms and cycads, their propagation, culture, conservation, care, and development.
The Tropical Garden Society of Sydney
The Tropical Garden Society of Sydney has the goal of fostering interest in growing tropical plants in a subtropical climate. It aims to educate and share information through expert presentations. It also provides access to plants that are not readily available in Sydney. Regular meetings are held in a central location and have a friendly, informal and non-competitive atmosphere. New members are very welcome.