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Earth Celebrations

New York City, NY

Earth Celebrations is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving community gardens and fostering environmental awareness through the arts.

Garden Lovers' Club

Westtown, NY

Garden Lovers' Club works to develop an active interest in gardens among members; aid in the protection of wild flowers and birds; study floral design; promote garden therapy; stimulate an interest in Garden Therapy and supports a junior gardener program.

Knickerbocker Branch of American Begonia Society

New York, NY

Begonia lovers meet once a month for lectures and workshops. They grow plants for sale to raise money for the group. Visitors are welcome.

Connecticut Orchid Society

The Connecticut Orchid Society is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the propagation, preservation, and enjoyment of the most interesting, complex and captivating plants. Affiliate of the American Orchid Society.

Mid Island Dahlia Society

Massapequa Park, NY

A group of dahlia growers that meet monthly on the 1st Monday of the month. Dahlias 101 is our monthly educational program. Tuber and dahlia plant sale at the April, May, and June meetings.

Bronx Green-Up Compost Project

Bronx, NY

Bronx Green-Up, the community gardening outreach program at NYBG, directs an innovative Compost Project funded by the N. Y. C. Bureau of Recycling. We teach homeowners, gardeners, institutions, groundskeepers, and schoolkids about composting's many benefits.

Buffalo Area Daylily Society

East Aurora, NY

BADS is a group of people interested in daylilies. Our mission is to promote and educate people by virture of tours, speakers, sales and outreach activities. We publish a bi-monthly newsletter and hold bi-monthly meetings.

Western New York Society For Organic Horticulture Inc

Clarence Center, NY

The Wny Society For Organic Horticulture Inc is a new association of green industry professionals who are committed to using and promoting safe organic methods of lawn & tree care. We are a primary networking resource for business & consumers on organic methods.

Greater Rochester Rose Society

Rochester, NY

The rose society meets the first Tuesday of each month to discuss aspects of rose growing. We usually have guest lecturers three times a year and have a large rose show in June. There is a plant auction in April and two picnics in the summer at members gardens.

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!

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