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Connecticut Herb Study Group

Haddam, CT

A 'hands-on' group interested in herb horticulture, garden design and culinary applications. We have workshops, tour gardens/greenhouses and study selected herbs.

Wallingford Land Trust

Wallingford, CT

The Wallingford Land Trust, Inc is a non profit organization dedicated to the preservation of natural habitats and areas of scenic beauty in Wallingford, Ct. The Trust has 14 properties covering over 200 acres of open space for passive recreation by the public.

Torrey Botanical Society

A professional botanical organization devoted to advancing the knowledge of botany, both academic and field botany, with a special emphasis on the larger New York metropolitian area.

Peony's Envy flower farm

Bernardsville, NJ

Peony's Envy is the largest peony Display Garden and Nursery in the United States dedicated to this iconic flower. We grow 17acres of peonies and open our 5-acre display garden to the public in from May 1 to June 15. Come Visit us! www. peonysenvy. com

Long Island Daylily Society

Oyster Bay, NY

The Long Island Daylily Society is a very active organization of over 200 members, dedicated to the growing, promotion and enjoyment of the perfect perennial. The club has meetings nearly every month.

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.

Glass Garden, Rusk Institute, Nyu Medical Center

New York, NY

An urban, therapeutic garden featuring diverse low-light collections, tropical birds, a perennial garden and an award-winning children's PlayGarden. The garden specializes in programs for special populations including seniors and children.

Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Millbrook, NY

The Institute of Ecosystem Studies does research and education on local, regional and global ecosystems. Free public attractions include display gardens, tropical greenhouse and walking trails.

Knickerbocker Society (begonias)

The Knickerbocker Society is the New York branch of the American Begonia Society. The group meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Ny Horticultural Society, 128 W 58 St., New York, Ny 10019. There is a plant sale at 6:30pm, followed by a program at 7pm.

Jackson Green Thumb Garden Club

Jackson, NJ

We are a club of garden and plant lovers who meet monthly to share ideas, learn horticultural techniques, serve the community, care for our environment, and participate in many fun and social activities.

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.

Connecticut Cactus & Succulent Society

Statewide organization devoted to the cultivation of cacti and other succulent plants. We meet the first Sunday of each month except January (no meeting) and April, when we hold our annual Show and Sale. Meetings held at member homes and garden centers around the state.

Seventh District Federated Garden Clubs of Nys,Inc

Part of National Garden Clubs Inc.42 clubs in Western Ny counties : Monroe, Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, Livingston, Wayne, Ontario. Areas of interest: Flower Arranging, Horticulture, Conservation, Civic Beautification, Ecology, and Environmental Concerns


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