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Olympus Garden Club

Brooklyn, NY

Our mission is to promote and support the love of gardening, flower arrangement, landscape design, horticulture, by providing education and beautification to gardening groups, neighborhood residents, youth & seniors.

Watnong Chapter, North Am. Rock Garden So.

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

Brigantine Garden Club

Brigantine, NJ

The Brigantine Garden Club was organized in 1980, as a nonprofit organization, for the purpose of making Brigantine a more beautiful city, to exchange ideas among members, and promote and develop civic interest in gardening.

Liberty Hyde Bailey Garden Club of Ithaca, Ny

Ithaca, NY

The Liberty Hyde Bailey Garden Club of Ithaca was formed by a group of gardeners at Cornell University some forty years ago. We are a chapter of The Gardeners of America/Men's Garden Club of America. Our members have a wide range of interests - join us!

Western New York Bonsai Club

Blasdell, NY

The Western New York Bonsai Club is a newly established club that is open to all individuals interested in learning the ancient art of Bonsai. Whether your a beginner or an expert there is much to learn and share at our monthly meetings.

Riverhead Garden Club

Riverhead, NY

We are a very active club of men and women immersed in gardening and designing. We are involved with civic beautification, garden theraphy, children's programs, grant scholarships and conservation.

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.

Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens

Stamford, CT

Connecticut's official state arboretum, Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens is a 64-acre nature preserve located in North Stamford, Ct. Open year-round to visitors and students of natural history and horticulture.

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.

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

Camden Children's Garden

Camden,, NJ

The Camden Children's Garden is located next to the Adventure Aquarium across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. We are a four acre interactive garden for children. Exhibits include: Butterfly House Dinosaur, Picnic & Storybook Gardens, maze, treehouse and 3 rides.

Frederick W. Vanderbilt Formal Gardens

Hyde Park, NY

The Vanderbilt National Historic Site contains extensive formal, Italian style gardens, restored and maintained entirely by volunteers. The gardens contain over 2000 roses, 3000 perennials and 6000 annuals each year.

Yama Ki Bonsai Society

Stamford, CT

The Yama Ki Bonsai Society fosters a forum for discussion and education on bonsai for people living in Westchester County, NY and Fairfield County, CT. Programs offer a variety of topics related to bonsai and include lectures, demonstrations, workshops and other.


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