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. 

Visitors are welcome!

Our Next meeting will be January 25, 2018

January 25, 2018 - 6:30 p.m. - Beth Oleary
        Location: Cheekwood Potter Room

        Program: Tips for Maintaining Your Garden Seasonally

                      Beth O'Leary is an accomplished horticulturist and designer.  

She started Teacup Gardener, a design build landscape company
with her husband Robert Edwards. Their work has been seen in
Fine Gardening, Southern Living, and Time magazines.
 
Program:
Secrets to maintaining your garden throughout the year.  Beth will present
timely tips and a few secrets for garden maintenance.

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March 1-4, 2018 - We will be selling Bare root
                             Hostas at our booth! Mark Your Calendar!
The  Nashville Lawn and Garden Show
March 1-4, 2018
The Fairgrounds Nashville
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Thank You to all that attended our annual Hosta Sale. We appreciate your support of our Club's activities. We will be back May 12, 2018 for next year's sale so mark your calendar.

 Membership in AHS is encouraged and MTHS members can earn a paid 2018 AHS membership through a point system which recognizes participation in MTHS events. 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:

 
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.