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Organizations relating to Plants Yielding Flowers

International Rhododendron Conference
European Convention on Orchids / London, UK
European Orchid Council / Allmendingen bei Bern, Switzerland
American Rhododendron Society / Strasbourg, USA / Est. 1945
International Phalaenopsis Alliance / Yorktown IN, USA / Est. 1990
World Federation of Rose Societies / Yate, UK / Est. 1971
Orchid Society of South East Asia / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1928
Aril Society International / Carlton TX, USA / Est. 1956
Australasian Native Orchid Society / Willoughby, Australia / Est. 1963
International Lupin Association / Temuco, Chile / Est. 1980
International Lilac Society / Chaska MN, USA / Est. 1971
International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society / Greenville VA, USA / Est. 1984
International Aroid Society / Miami FL, USA / Est. 1977
International Camellia Society / Kunming, China / Est. 1962
Asia Pacific Orchid Conference Trust / Aichi, Japan / Est. 1984
International Oleander Society / Galveston TX, USA / Est. 1967
American Hibiscus Society / Baton Rouge LA, USA
OrchidMania / San Francisco CA, USA
Protocol for Limiting and Regulating the Cultivation of the Poppy Plant, the Production Of, International and Wholesale Trade In, and Use of Opium / Est. 1953
International World Peace Rose Gardens / Sacramento CA, USA / Est. 1988
Heather Society / Southampton, UK / Est. 1963
Passiflora Society International / Est. 1990
International Clematis Society / Waltham Cross, UK / Est. 1984
International Geranium Society / Pasadena CA, USA / Est. 1953
World Orchid Conference Trust / Hamilton, Bermuda / Est. 1988

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World Problems relating to Plants Yielding Flowers

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