AHS News & Blog


There are lots of convenient ways to learn about the latest happenings at the American Horticultural Society and what gardeners across the nation are saying about us!

AHS’ flagship publication, The American Gardener, is stacked with AHS’ program activities and partner events around the country and is published six-times per year. Available both in printed and digital formats, the magazine is one of the many benefits of being an AHS member. Are you a member? Join here.

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We Need Your Help: Spring2ACTion

Wednesday, April 26 is the official Spring2ACTion Giving Day for the City of Alexandria, where AHS and its historic River […]

Volunteer to Remove Invasives at our AHS Headquarters

  Looking for a volunteer opportunity this spring? River Farm is looking for volunteers to help remove invasive overgrowth. Join […]

Read the March/April issue of The American Gardener!

The March/April edition of The American Gardener magazine is out! In this edition, members can read how North American irises […]

New Directions in The American Landscape Virtual Education Series

AHS is once again proudly sponsoring the New Directions in The American Landscape (NDAL) Virtual Education Series this spring, March […]

An Interview with AHS Board Chair, Scott C. Plein

Please meet Scott Plein, Chairman of the American Horticultural Society’s Board of Directors since July 2022. He has been a […]

2023 Junior Master Gardener National Leader Training Conference

Join Junior Master Gardener for their Virtual 2023 National Leader Training, February 21-22.  This is a great opportunity for teachers, administrators, […]

New Plants for 2023

One of the benefits of joining AHS is receiving The American Gardener, our award-winning magazine published six times a year […]

Save the Date: 2023 AHS Gala

Mark your calendar for the 2023 AHS Gala celebrating 50 years that AHS has called River Farm “home.” The Gala, […]

Colonial Williamsburg Garden Symposium

We are thrilled to be co-sponsoring this year’s incredible Colonial Williamsburg’s 76th Annual Garden Symposium: Digging the Garden: Horticulture, History […]

AHS & River Farm Closed in Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

   “Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree […]