Since its founding in 1992, the Southeastern Palm Society has been a friendly and respected source of advice on how to grow palms and other subtropical plants in the Southeastern United States. A non-profit organization, SPS organizes quarterly meetings at some of the most interesting public and private gardens in the Southeast; publishes a quarterly journal, Southeastern Palms, and the specialty books Hardy Palms for the Southeast and Hardy Citrus for the Southeast. Membership is open to all. SPS is the north-of-Florida chapter of the renowned International Palm Society.
- Three electronic issues of The Southeastern Palms Journal
- Access to digital copies of previous journal issues (Coming Soon!)
- Access member-only forums
- Trade plants with other members
- Access to seed bank
- Access the members-only chat room