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International Maple Symposium 2017 in Roscoff, Brittany, France - 25/26 October

The 2017 International Maple Symposium will take place in Roscoff, Brittany, France on October 25th and 26th 2017. The Northern Brittany Coast enjoys an exceptionally mild microclimate which allows for growing the most tender maple species. The Symposium will follow the traditional format with morning presentations and afternoon visits to nearby gardens and arboreta.
The Post-Symposium tour, from October 27th to October 29th, will take participants to an exceptional tour of Normandy visiting some of the most outstanding French gardens like Vasterival and L'étang de l'Aunay with remarkable Maple collections in full Fall colors.

A more detailed programme and registration information will be posted here in early February.

Spring 2017 Meeting, UK, 20th and 21st May

This is a two day event starting on the 20th May. All Saturday will be spent at The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, while Sunday will be spent at Syon Park.

The morning of Saturday 20th May will involve a guided tour of Kew when we shall have the opportunity to hear about the many aspects of work that Kew is involved with. Then in the afternoon we shall focus on the maple collection which has many fine and interesting specimens.

Sunday 21st May will entail a visit to Syon Park, just over the river Thames from Kew. This lovely tree collection and mansion is home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. We shall be given a tour of the grounds and trees during the morning and after lunch we shall have the opportunity to either head for home, visit the grand mansion or revisit the grounds and admire the trees at our leisure.

Welcome to the Maple Society

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Events

The Maple Society holds a regular series of events from the Spring tour in the UK, through the AGM in Autum as well as the North American Branch conference and the triennial symposium.

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