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Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden

Woodbury, CT

English-style 600 foot mixed border perennial garden designed in 1926 by famed English garden designer Gertrude Jekyll for 18th century historic house museum. Only extant Jekyll garden in America.

Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden

North Salem, NY

The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden was founded in 1957 a center for enjoyment of Eastern and Western culture. The 3 1/2 acre Japanese-style garden features rare trees, a rakan and zen garden, a waterlily pond, bamboo and much more.

Society Row

Society Row organizes several plant sales each year in the Boston and Worcester, Ma areas. Up to 30 different plant societies participate, selling thousands of rare and unusual tropicals and hardy perennials, trees and shrubs.

Boost Oxygen Llc

Oxygen deficiency symptoms include fatigue, stress, loss of energy, jet lag, and lack of focus and can be caused by physical activity, stress, poor air quality, travel, toxins and other factors. Boost Oxygen can help fight oxygen deficiency with no caffeine and no calories.

The New York Botanical Garden

Bronx, NY

The New York Botanical Garden is the best place to learn about plants, from gardening and landscaping to botanical art, floral design and botany. Continuing Education offers more than 600 courses a year, and offers seven certificate programs.

The Humes Japanese Stroll Garden

Mill Neck, NY

A 4 acre gem of landscape design. The garden symbolizes a hillside landscape beside the sea, represented by a pond. Of special interest - gravel paths and stepping stones, tea house, stone lanterns, mosses, waterfall, Asian plants & bamboo.

Lewisboro Garden Club

South Salem, NY

Lewisboro Garden Club was formed to promote the art of gardening, cooperate in beautification of public grounds. Interested in gardening, flowers, birds, landscaping, enjoy interesting speakers, demonstrations, tours, good friends and parties, join us.

Shoreham Garden Club

Shoreham, NY

Object of the Shoreham Garden Club is to promote interest in gardening and flower culture, to cooperate in the protection of the environment, and to further the beautification and conservation of the natural resources of our community.

Region One of the American Hosta Society

The chapter of the American Hosta Society including all local hosta societies in the Northeastern U. S. and Quebec. The primary function of the chapter is to link all of these societies together with each other and the A. H. S.

Capital District Community Gardens

Troy, NY

Manages 39 neighborhood food gardens where low income people in our Region can grow more than $1,000 worth of nutritious produce for their families each season. Other urban greening programs beautify our cities.

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