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Connecticut Rose Society

Hartford, CT

The Connecticut Rose Society is affiliated with the Yankee District of the American Rose Society. Through educational programs and an annual Rose Show, we promote the appreciation and growing of roses. Monthly meetings are held at Elizabeth Park Pond House in Hartford.

New York Bromeliad Society

New York, NY

We provide members with instruction on the techniques of growing tropical bromeliads indoors, botanical information and plant sales.

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.

North Jersey Dahlia Society

Wayne, NJ

Est in 1955. Aim is to introduce and educate gardeners to the beauty and rewards to growing Dahlias. Monthly meetings for exchange of info and appreciation of the many colors and forms.

Stricker Gardening Club

New York, NY

We love to garden.

Jersey Shore Rose Society

Parlin, NJ

Our purpose: To encourage interest in rose cultivation and promote knowledge and experience in rose culture. Our primary outreach area includes Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean Counties of New Jersey. Whether you know nothing or much about roses, all are welcome.

Connecticut Orchid Society Show and Sale 2007

The Connecticut Orchid Society is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the propagation, preservation and enjoyment of orchids.

Friends of Lasdon Park & Arboretum

Katonah, NY

The Friends is a not-for-profit membership organization that assists in promoting and enhancing the value of Lasdon Park & Arboretum as a resource for horticulture and as a beautiful site to visit and enjoy in Westchester County, New York.

Frederick W. Vanderbilt Garden Association

The Fwvga is a group of volunteer gardeners dedicated to restoring and maintaining the historic, formal Italian gardens of the Frederick W. Vanderbilt Historic Site. The Fwvga is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2004.

P. S. 205 Queens

Bayside, NY

We have several small gardens on our school grounds. We are teaching the children how to garden organically. We have raised ladybugs and praying mantis. We have both a food garden and a flower garden. We are looking for volunteers or donations.

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