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Sunrooms South Jersey

Seeing if there's interest out there for a sunroom addition class geared toward all the handy and 'not so handy' people. Email for details about this sunroom class!!

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.

Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park

Oyster Bay, NY

409 acres of rolling lawns, exotic specimen trees; 20 specialty gardens including heather, rose, dahlia, rhododendron, & unique Synoptic Garden; hiking trails. Camellia Greenhouse. Main Greenhouse holds nine separate greenhouses & seasonal exhibits.

The New England Carnivorous Plant Society

The New England Carnivorous Plant Society is a fun group of carnivorous plant growers who meet each month to display, trade and discuss these plants.

New Haven Land Trust, Inc.

New Haven, CT

The New Haven Land Trust provides community gardening opportunities at 50 sites throughout New Haven. We welcome volunteers and gardeners. We focus on food production. Gardeners from novice to experienced levels are welcome.

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.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Botanic Garden blooms in the middle of one of the largest cities in the world. Each year more than 750,000 people visit. More than 12,000 kinds of plants are displayed on 52 acres and in the acclaimed Steinhardt Conservatory.

Union County College - Biology Department

Cranford, NJ

A 45 acre campus arboretum consisting of 140 labeled tree species. A tree map and descriptive book are available upon request. An historic tree grove and nursery has recently been established for seedlings of trees of national and local historic interest.

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.

Manhattan Rose Society

New York, NY

The Manhattan Rose society is affliated with the American Rose Society. Meetings and events are held during the year, all information is obtainable from our newsletter. The society was organized to educate anyone interested in growing Roses.

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