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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.

Navesink Garden Club

Red Bank, NJ

We invite anybody interested in Gardening, including horticulture, design or just plain natural beauty. Members are always happy to dedicate enough time to participate and make a difference in the Club. We emphasize community service and a love of the natural world.

Staten Island Bonsai Society

Staten Island, NY

The Society is dedicated to keeping the ancient art of Bonsai alive in Nyc. New members are always welcomed. Once a few principles are learned, Bonsai is an enjoyable and relaxing hobby.

Manitoga/The Russel Wright Design Center

Garrison, NY

We are looking for woodland enthusiasts to help maintain trails on a regular basis through 75 spectacularly beautiful acres and do so in a way that reflects the original plan and vision of creator, Russel Wright.

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.

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.

Indoor Gardening Society of New York

New York, NY

Membership society meets monthly for lectures, plant exhibitions, and plant purchases. $25 annual dues includes monthly newsletter with plant culture information.

Greyston Community Garden Project

Yonkers, NY

We provide vacant lots for community gardening and environmental education. We serve the low-income population of SW Yonkers -- working with tenants in housing, members of an HIV day treatment program, and groups from other local community agencies.

Clear water pool service and maintenance

Pool service and garden experts all your swimming pool service needs and all gardening needs brick, cool deck, masonry, planting, scrubs, and all other garden care needs

Hudson River Park

New York, NY

Hudson River Park covers five miles of Hudson River waterfront from the Battery to 59th Street in Manhattan. The Park had almost 5,000,000 million vistors this year to bikeways, piers, a 400-acre marine reserve, and the new Greenwich Village Garden at Christopher Street.

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