Who we are
We are a collaboration of individuals dedicated to engaging our visitors in learning about plants, preserving Thelma and Charles Mercer’s legacy by providing financial support to Mercer Botanic Gardens, inspiring future generations and continuing the rebuilding of Mercer Botanic Gardens following the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization partnering with Mercer Botanic Gardens.
We are pleased to announce that Mercer Botanic Gardens officially reopened on Saturday, March 17, 2018! We are delighted to be back and invite the community to return to our lovely gardens and see how we survived Harvey! The TMS Offices are temporarily relocated but can be reached by calling 713-274-4166 or 281-466-2984. The Mercer Society Gift and Plant Shoppe has reopened at 400 Main Street in Old Town Spring, Telephone: 281-651-5475.
Gardens are Closed On: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve & Day, and New Year's Day. Admission to the gardens is always free.
22306 Aldine Westfield Road
Humble, Texas 77338
Key structural damages resulted following both the April 18, 2016 Tax-Day Flood and Hurricane Harvey. Access to Storey Lake, long a favorite destination for visitors, with its striking pavilion, fountain jets and delightful turtles that beg for treats, was barred and still remains so.Donate Now to Rebuild Mercer!
Ever-changing botanical beauty, horticultural displays and programs will inspire you to visit Mercer Botanic Gardens often. Becoming a member not only gives you many valuable benefits, but also gives you a sense of being a part of this botanical treasure. Our members are essential to the Garden's sustainable growth and continuing success.Join Today
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Ladies (and gents, too) don your favorite chapeaux as The Mercer Society salutes National Public Gardens Day and Mother’s Day […]
When the area garden clubs go on summer hiatus, we have the perfect solution for not only garden club members […]
Don Dubois, local area butterfly, and native plant enthusiast will share an overview of monarchs and their migration on Saturday, […]
The third in our Summer Garden Club Series is “The Art of Kokedama” Jacob Martin, Mercer Botanic Gardens Greenhouse Manager […]
The fourth and final entry in our 2018 Summer Garden Club Series is led by Mercer Botanic Gardens Education staff […]
April 4, 2018
As part of ExxonMobile’s employee Earth Day salute, approximately 50 ExxonMobil’s employees will volunteer at Mercer Botanic Gardens on April […]
February 22, 2018
Say hello to our newest arrival, a John Deere Utility Vehicle. In late November, The Mercer Society received notification […]
January 18, 2018
Our First Annual Mercer Valentine’s Day Rose Plant Event was a huge success so we wish to take a […]
December 4, 2017
The Mercer Society Gift and Plant Shoppe has reopened at 400 Main Street in Old Town Spring while restoration work […]