Welcome to the RHS of Perthshire

We are an enthusiastic Group of friendly amateurs who enjoy gardening!

We love it all – cut flowers, potted plants, vegetables, fruit, floral art and importantly the general care of the environment!

The Royal Horticultural Society of Perthshire founded in 1806 is the second oldest horticultural Society in Scotland!  Times, however, have changed immeasurably for the Society.   Currently we are moving ahead to preserve our precious history including some of the early dated trophies and medals.

Most importantly, however, it is time to look at new directions, new ways of working and new partnerships.

Let’s grow together!

You too can grow new shoots, learn plant skills or pass on some of your expertise to those just starting out.

If you are a novice grower, come and put your foot on the first rung of the ladder for an exciting growing experience today.

Go on try something new and sow the seed for a bright and colourful future.

Latest News

Spring Festival Update

Are you coming along to our Spring Gardening Festival in the Bridge of Earn Institute tomorrow? We will be delighted to welcome you along. If you plan to buy something, can we respectfully ask that you bring some cash as not all stall holders will have card reader...

RHS of Perthshire Spring Gardening Festival 2024

Only 5 days now until our Spring Festival, 12 noon until 16.00hrs on Saturday in the Bridge of Earn Institute, Station Road, Bridge of Earn. Hope you are all getting excited. Why not submit an entry, see details below. The main categories are: spring bulbs, pot or...

Next meeting date set for May 25th

Next meeting date set for May 25th

The next RHS of Perthshire meeting: Thursday May 25th at 7.30 pm Perth Bowling Club North Inch Speaker: Robert Ross, Environmental Initiatives Officer with Perth & Kinross Council Topic: "Friends of Cemeteries" a relatively new community based project. New...

Years of experience in the fascinating world of horticulture

We have years of experience in the fascinating world of horticulture and we want to share what we’ve learned with you!

Come along for one of our many workshops and meetings that include things like:

  • Professional talks
  • Container workshops
  • Plant sales
  • Garden visits
  • Members garden visits
  • Question times