The Saskatchewan Perennial Society was incorporated in 1989. Its constitutional mandate is to promote the knowledge and use of perennial plants as well as other hardy landscape plants in public and private gardens in Saskatchewan. This is accomplished through:
For over 20 years we have been providing members as well as the general public with lectures, seminars and tours of area gardens at no cost.
The Saskatchewan Perennial Society has developed a library in excess of 300 books, on perennial plants and associated material. Members are able to borrow these materials at our information meetings in the fall and winter.
We foster co-operation with other not for profit organizations with similar objectives, by inviting organizations to join with us on special projects, and by a mutual sharing of information. All projects, including the maintenance of the Robin Smith Meditation Garden and the Heritage Rose Garden at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, are carried out on a volunteer basis.
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