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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.

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.

Friends of Harkness Memorial State Park, Inc.

Waterford, CT

Friends of Harkness is dedicated to restoring and preserving the gardens, mansion, and other structures at the Park, bequeathed to the State of Connecticut by Edward and Mary Stillman Harkness, for enjoyment, recreation, and education of its visitors.

Gardeners of Somerset Valley

Bridgewater, NJ

Garden Club meets monthly at North Branch Reformed Church. Each meeting has a gardening program. Club works on community projects and sponsors college scholarships.

The Hardy Plant Society - New England

Wethersfield, CT

This organization meets to provide information and inspiration of growing plants in our climate. While our focus is hardy plants, gardener are impossible to restrict to one catagory. We meet at Comstock, Ferre.

North Country Maturing Gardener

North Country Maturing Gardener is a Master Gardener who shares regional gardening knowledge. Gardening questions are answered on-line.

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.

Long Island Gesneriad Society

Oyster Bay, NY

A Chapter of The Gesneriad Society, Inc. (formally the American Gloxinia & Gesneriad Society) whose members are involved in perfecting the growing of gesneriads.

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.

Planting Fields Arboretum

Oyster Bay, NY

A unique 409 acre garden with formal gardens, greenhouses, hiking trails, and much more! Coe Hall is a 65 room Tudor style mansion which is open to the public for guided tours April through September. Planting Fields is a New York State Historic Park.

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