About Us

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A non-profit making association, Mediterranean Gardening France was founded in March 2014 by the merger of the two French branches of the Mediterranean Garden Society. It exists to bring together all who are interested in Mediterranean plants, gardens and gardening both in France and elsewhere. We organise activities throughout Mediterranean France from the Pyrénées to the Côte d’Azur.


Find out more about MGF, who we are and how to contact us.

Benefits of Membership

  • Organised visits to public and private gardens in France, lectures, workshops and botanical walks.

  • The opportunity to share experiences of gardening in a Mediterranean climate with other members, both locally and internationally.

  • The opportunity to borrow books from the MGF library in Montpellier.

  • Exchanges of plants and seeds with other members.

  • An advice service on Mediterranean gardening and plants.

  • The opportunity to visit MGF members’ gardens in France, by appointment.

  • The MGF website where you can contribute articles and information on plants and gardening.

  • Links with like-minded societies in other countries which offer visits to gardens, conferences and events to MGF members (see box).


Our Partners

MGF is a member of MGi, an international community of similarly minded groups and has links with garden associations throughout the world.

MGi Members:

Australia: Mediterranean Gardening Margaret River
Contact: Julie Kinney

Portugal: Mediterranean Gardening Association
Contact: Rosie Peddle

South Africa: Cape Horticultural Society
Contact: Glenda Thorpe

UK: Mediterranean Plants & Gardens
Contact: Heather Martin


In France:

Hortus
Contact: Chantal Maurice

Sète côté jardin
Contact: Sète côté jardin


In other countries:

Australia: South Australia MGS
Contact: Trevor Nottle

Greece: MGS Crete
Contact: Valerie Whittington

Italy: MGS Italy
Contact: Angela Durnford

Spain: The Andalucía Garden Group
Contact: Lindsay Blyth

USA: Northern California MGS
Contact: Bracey Tiede