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Plumeria Society of South Texas

Become part of our community today.   There is so much to learn and so much to do with the PSST.

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Joint Membership

2 persons in the same household

$20.00
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If you will be signing up 2 members at the same address please make sure to include their full name as well and their contact information i.e. phone number and email address. Our meetings are held at the Garden Senior Center at 5325 Greely, Corpus Christi, Texas 78412. We look forward to having new members and we look forward to having your help on workdays at the South Texas Botanical Gardens and other events. 

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Membership

Single Annual Membership Fee

$15.00
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Join today!  It is easy to join and you will have a blast.  

Please see the Events page for meeting dates, plumeria sale dates and for workdays. 


Sincerely, 

The Plumeria Society of South Texas 

(PSST)

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2020 Plumeria Society of South Texas Calendar

$15.00
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A unique calendar filled with plumeria blooms from our plumeria grove and from the plumeria gardens of our members. 

Donate to PSST

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve our collection. The collection is located at the South Botanical Garden and a aNature Center. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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About Us

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Plumeria Society of South Texas Garden display

The PSST plumeria collection was in place at the Botanical Gardens prior to the 1996 dedication of the Botanical Gardens Exhibit House, Orchid House, and Visitor's Center.  It was established with more than 100 plumerias from the member's personal gardens.  In 1996, the collection was moved to its current more prominent location around the Willoughby Viewing Platform.  The Willoughby Viewing Platform was dedicated on September 14, 2016 in honor of Lucian Willoughby, who passed away in 2004 and was a guiding force in the Plumeria Society.  The display grew with donations and purchases until it had over 200 plumerias, making it, at one time, the largest display in the continental United States.  The collection consisted of approximately 98 large trees before the freeze of 2016.  We are busy rebuilding the collection after massive losses.  The collection is on display from early March until mid November.  It is in full bloom by mid June and is still blooming in November when the collection is stored for the winter. 

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Good for Everyone

The South Texas Botanical Garden offers the perfect refuge for our plumerias.  There is plenty to do and see at the South Texas Botanical Gardens especially the beautiful blooms of our plumeria trees.  There is plenty of shade and plenty of space to spread out a blanket or set out some chairs and relax outside in the gardens. 

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Join Us

Do you want to learn more about plumerias?  Do you want to volunteer at the South Texas Botanical Plumeria Grove?  Are you looking for others that have a love of plumeria trees.  Are you interested in gardening?  If you have answered yes to any of these questions then the plumeria society of south texas is the group for you. Join today!