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Shades of Green Hosta Society of Southeastern Minnesota

Rochester, MN

Non-profit educational association formed to educate members about hosta selection, cultivation and nomenclature, new and improved varieites, uses in the home landscape, and to promote interest in the genus Hosta.

Star Flowers Garden Club

Arlington, TX

The objective of the Star Flowers Garden Club is to provide an evening opportunity to learn about gardening, share our knowledge of and stimulate the love of gardening and to promote followship.

Riveredge Nature Center

Saukville, WI

Riveredge Nature Center is a 379-acre sanctuary that provides field trips, nature programs and summer day camps. Hikers and skiers enjoy ten miles of trails open to the public from dawn to dusk. Members hike and ski free. Visit www. riveredge. us.


Manchester, VT

Hildene was the former summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln, now open to the public. The formal garden was designed and planted in 1907 by Frederick G. Todd, an apprentice of F. L. Olmstead. Restoration of the cutting and kitchen gardens now in progress. Garden events hosted.

Lake Forest Park Garden Club, W.S.F.G.C.

Bothell, WA

Celebrating 79 years, 45 members, evening & day meetings once a month, studying everything about gardening. Plant Sale April 26, 2003.

Ballindoolin House & Garden

Co. Kildare, Ireland

Large Georgian country house, and farm yards, large walled kitchen garden and pleasure gardens. Forest walk, museum, craft shop and a restaurant which uses the vegetables from the kitchen garden. A special place to enjoy the slow pace of life of the 19th century

Indy Parks / Garfield Park Conservatory

Indianapolis, IN

Garfield Conservatory houses tropicals, while the classical-style Sunken Gardens, inspired by Kessler, with flourishes by Vonnegut, exhibit dazzling floral displays throughout the year. The lighted fountains are worth the drive to the south-side on a summer's evening.

Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden

North Salem, NY

The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden was founded in 1957 a center for enjoyment of Eastern and Western culture. The 3 1/2 acre Japanese-style garden features rare trees, a rakan and zen garden, a waterlily pond, bamboo and much more.

Twin Cities Chapter of Wild Ones Natural Landscapers

Twin Cities Area, MN

Wild Ones is a non-profit national educational organization whose mission is to educate and share information with their members and the community about the benefits of using native plants in landscaping and to promote biodiversity and environmentally sound practices.

Santa Fe Botanical Garden

Santa Fe, NM

A 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization, we manage the Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill, a 35-acre wetlands preserve and a 1350-acre mountain preserve. We offer lectures, tours, & workshops for the community and visitors.

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