The Middle Tennessee Hosta Society (“MTHS") was established in 1998. Members’   interests include hostas, shade gardening and ponds. Programs and activities are chosen that  provide a learning experience for all, whether you are new to gardening or have a hosta collection. 

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 New News!!!
 
On Saturday, June 25th, one of our members,
 Mark Thompson, has invited us to tour his garden.
The tour is from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm 
his address is 6904 Holt Lea Ct. Brentwood, TN 37027

Mark discovered hosta in 2017. His collection numbers over 1500.

Like all gardens, it is a work on progress.

More information available on the News in Brief page.

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Visit the News in Brief page to see some of the activities of our members.
 
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We did not collect dues for two years during covid, but are ready to go back to having dues and an official membership for our society. Dues collected now are good all through 2023, but we encourage those interested to pay their dues as soon as convenient. Dues are $15.

More information on dues go to Membership Information.

 

 
 
Membership in AHS is encouraged. The Hosta Journal (AHS) published three times each year is abundant with hosta information and photographs of national tour gardens and the latest hosta hybrids.   

On-going projects of MTHS include:

  • interesting speakers at each meeting - click on the  'Programs and Events 2022 tab on left for meeting information.
  • 2022 AHS Convention is June 8 - 11,2022 hosted by The Minnesota Hosta Society. Click HERE for more information.
  •  2022 Dixie Regional Hosta Conference in Knoxville, TN, June 2-4,2022 . It is sponsored by the East Tennessee Hosta Society. Registration has just opened on their website. Check it out!Dixie Region Convention
The Genus Hosta and the term “The Friendship Plant" have become synonymous.
 
Join us on Facebook by clicking HERE.
 
For further information on hostas, see http://www.hostalibrary.org.
 
 
We look forward to meeting you at an MTHS event.