A warm welcome to all those considering SRGC membership
A reminder to SRGC members and potential members 3rd October 2016:
annual postal subscriptions are due for payment by October - to be sure of being eligible for the world famous SRGC Seed Exchange and other benefits of membership, please renew - or join - as soon as possible - all details and pathways on this page.
You may join the SRGC or renew your previous "postal" membership from this page
Do please remember to let us know if you move house!
Details for "electronic" subscriptions - see lower down this page.
N.B. No "Log-in" is needed to pay for "postal" membership.
SRGC Subscription Renewal Reminder :
Annual "postal" subscriptions became due on 1st October, please renew promptly to be able to take part in the Seed Exchange and retain other membership features.
"Postal" membership is for those who wish to receive the printed version of our twice yearly journal and SRGC communications by post. This subscription is available to be paid for online. No "Log-in" is needed for this.
You Can Join The SRGC or renew your postal membership here - to receive the twice yearly journal by post -
To apply by post follow the link below, print out the form, complete it then send it to the membership secretary (or simply write to the membership secretary). You can pay your membership by cheque, or credit card (see form for options: VISA and Mastercard only).
To apply on-line follow the links below. Your credit card details will be sent to a secure server (your details will be protected). You can now also renew your current membership here ! In both cases your membership details will be sent out to you in due course.
Current "Postal" Subscription Rates for single membership :
£23 for Overseas Members (those outside Great Britain/UK)
£18 for those in GB/UK
Click here to join the club and/or to renew your current "postal" membership DIRECTLY BY CREDIT or Debit CARD on-line via our secure payment facility SagePay
Click here to join the club and/or to renew your current "postal"membership on-line
BY PAYPAL - a Paypal Account is not needed for this option.
Click here to apply by sending a form by post (this opens a new window with a printable application form which you can mail to us.)
The links to pay give various payment options, by Cheque, Visa or Mastercard Credit or Debit Cards or Paypal - for this option you can use credit or debit cards and do not need a Paypal account.
A 3-year option is available for both postal and online versions of subscriptions. [See further down this page for information about "online, electronic-subscriptions"]
For the chance to buy a "Gift membership" - see lower down this page.
Please note that there is a special category for postal Junior - for those below the age of 18 in the relevant subscription year -
£3 per annum in the UK, £7 per annum overseas. (Please give date of birth)
The links above are not For "Online, electronic" Membership.
"Online, electronic" membership is for those who prefer to download the Journals in electronic form and NOT receive any printed matter.
Online electronic "E-sub." members have the same access to the Seed Exchange as "postal" subscribers. "E-sub." subscriptions are only available for individuals.
SRGC Electronic Membership
The SRGC Web Team has been working to improve the system for registration and renewal of the electronic subscription to the SRGC – which is for those who wish to access the Journals etc online only, with no postal communication from the club.
For those with current e-subscriptions you may log inon the new online subscriptions pages using your registered email address and current password to access the Members’ section and Journals.
For those whose e-subscriptions have very recently expired - you too may log in on the new online subscriptions pages using your registered email address and current password to renew your membership.
Those people wishing to join the SRGC with an electronic-only subscription please complete a new registration on the new online subscriptions pages.
Access to join as an "E-sub." Member is from the drop-down menu under "About Us" at the top of the SRGC main page, under "SRGC Online Subscription Pages" where Electronic members will also find the link to their special Section.
"Online Rate" £10 per annum - only available online.
3-year options are available for both postal and online versions of subscriptions.
[Please also note that registrations to take part in the SRGC Forum, which is a separate system, must be made from the Forum pages: http://www.srgc.net/forum/index.php ]
The SRGC Offers You:
"The Rock Garden"
Our twice yearly printed journal is one of the world's best publications written for rock gardeners. Interesting, informative and well illustrated in colour, it contains articles on all aspects of rock gardening - cultivation and propagation of alpines, construction of rock gardens, plant portraits and plants in the wild. It is written for both expert and beginner.
Seeds Of Rock Plants And Bulbs~
Seed of more than 5000 species and varieties of plants and bulbs suitable for rock, peat and woodland gardens is listed annually. It is collected by members from all over the world and distributed in time for spring sowing. Many of the seeds are unavailable commercially.
Meetings And Talks
There are LOCAL GROUPS in: ABERDEEN, AYR, BELFORD, DUNDEE. EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, INVERNESS(Highland), KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE, MORAY, NEWCASTLE, PENRITH, PERTH, RENFREW and STIRLING . These groups organise meetings, illustrated lectures, garden visits and demonstrations. The SRGC holds regular conferences which are open to all members.
Members are admitted FREE to the 11 SRGC Plant Shows and Displays in Scotland and Northern England. Here you will see a wide range of interesting and beautiful plants, grown to high standards by expert and novice exhibitors alongside displays of photographs and paintings. Plants, seeds and books can be bought from the SRGC and SPECIALIST NURSERIES at the Shows.
on the cultivation of alpines and rock garden plants is available free to members.
Our Vibrant website has many interesting permanent and regularly updated features and the Forum is both a meeting place for Members and an increasing resource of plant knowledge.