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Connecticut Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts

An organization devoted to exchange of, education regarding, and hobby of keeping aquarium and pond plants.

Wny Carnivorous Plant Club

Buffalo, NY

The Wny Carnivorous Plant (Cp) Club is a new budding organization for amateur and professional Cp gardeners.

Planting Fields Arboretum

Oyster Bay, NY

A unique 409 acre garden with formal gardens, greenhouses, hiking trails, and much more! Coe Hall is a 65 room Tudor style mansion which is open to the public for guided tours April through September. Planting Fields is a New York State Historic Park.

Western New York Hosta Society

Buffalo, NY

The Western New York Hosta Society is a local organization committed to education and promotion of the genus Hosta. We provide a Beginners' Corner with a busy calendar of workshops, seminars and guest speakers to learn about hybridizing and growing Hosta.

Westchester Garden Club

White Plains, NY

Monthly meetings (Sept-June) with expert speakers on topics of interest to gardeners. Meetings include a Show Table and raffle or plant sale. During the summer, we offer special tours of members' gardens.

Wave Hill

Bronx, NY

Wave Hill is a public, non-profit cultural center with 28 acres of gardens and woodland overlooking the Hudson River. Programs in horticulture, environmental education, and the visual and performing arts are available.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Botanic Garden blooms in the middle of one of the largest cities in the world. Each year more than 750,000 people visit. More than 12,000 kinds of plants are displayed on 52 acres and in the acclaimed Steinhardt Conservatory.

The Humes Japanese Stroll Garden

Mill Neck, NY

A 4 acre gem of landscape design. The garden symbolizes a hillside landscape beside the sea, represented by a pond. Of special interest - gravel paths and stepping stones, tea house, stone lanterns, mosses, waterfall, Asian plants & bamboo.

Connecticut Botanical Society

An organization for the study and preservation of Connecticut's flora, open to anyone interested in the region's plants. The site includes photos of wildflowers and ferns, information on gardening with native plants, Society activities, and how to join.

Watnong Chapter, North Am. Rock Garden So.

Speakers, Field Trips, Garden Visitations & More On A Wide Variety Of Design And Horticultural Topics

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