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The International Dendrology Society (IDS) was formed in 1952 after Mr Robert and Mr Georges de Belder (Belgium) discussed the idea with three other eminent horticulturists, Dr & Mrs Gerd Krüssmann (Germany) and Mr Jacques Lombarts (Netherlands).
The aims are to promote the study and enjoyment of trees and other woody plants, to bring together dendrologists from all round the world, and to protect and conserve rare and endangered plant species worldwide. This last aim is now even more relevant with increasing industrial development and threats to plant species.
International Dendrology Society
Hergest Estate Office, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3EG, United Kingdom
Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered in England and Wales number 1178252
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