Archived Gardening Message Boards

Topic: Houseplants & Indoor Gardening

<< Back to message boards home
<< Back to Houseplants & Indoor Gardening

View Thread:
Private garden tours in NJ and eastern PA

Private garden tours in NJ and eastern PA
Posted by Judy from NY on 2002-01-23 06:59:42

The Garden Club of Ithaca, NY is currently planning a private garden tour of New Jersey and eastern PA/in June. We would appreciate receiving information -- locations, contacts, organizations -- that would be helpful in planning the trip.

We are aware of the Nature Conservancy's Open Days Directory and are awaiting it's publication. We are hoping to get an early start with our plans.
  • Private Garden Tour of Pa & NJ
    Posted by Newt from Maryland zone 7 on 2002-03-24 16:59:36

    Quoting Judy: ------------
    -The Garden Club of Ithaca, NY is currently planning a private garden tour of New Jersey and eastern PA/in June. We would appreciate receiving information -- locations, contacts, organizations -- that would be helpful in planning the trip.

    -We are aware of the Nature Conservancy's Open Days Directory and are awaiting it's publication. We are hoping to get an early start with our plans.

    There is a WONDERFUL site called the Garden Web. They have topics on just about anything you might think of. I suggest you try either the 'Mid-Atlantic Forum' or 'The Garden Traveler'. The people there are terrific.

    There is also a search engine for Organizations and Clubs that might be able to help.

    There is also a Garden Web Directory. You can copy and paste this link.
    http://dir.gardenweb.com/directory/

    Good luck,
    Newt

    Garden Web Forums

    • Rutgers Gardens
      Posted by MaryAnne McMillan (mcmillan@aesop.rutgers.edu) from New Jersey Zon on 2006-08-18 11:47:00

      If you are looking for a Display Garden in Central Jersey right off the NJ Turnpike-try the Rutgers Gardens. We are an AAS Display Garden, have the largest collection of American Holly in No AMerica, the best display of a large variety of annuals (all labeled) and many other plant collections including a great bamboo trail you can walk through. We are the home sight for the NJ Garden Club.
      Come visit us!

      Rutgers Gardens

    • Rutgers Gardens
      Posted by MaryAnne McMillan (mcmillan@aesop.rutgers.edu) from New Jersey Zon on 2006-08-18 11:47:00

      If you are looking for a Display Garden in Central Jersey right off the NJ Turnpike-try the Rutgers Gardens. We are an AAS Display Garden, have the largest collection of American Holly in No AMerica, the best display of a large variety of annuals (all labeled) and many other plant collections including a great bamboo trail you can walk through. We are the home sight for the NJ Garden Club.
      Come visit us!

      Rutgers Gardens

    • Rutgers Gardens
      Posted by MaryAnne McMillan (mcmillan@aesop.rutgers.edu) from New Jersey Zon on 2006-08-18 11:43:00

      If you are looking for a Display Garden in Central Jersey right off the NJ Turnpike-try the Rutgers Gardens. We are an AAS Display Garden, have the largest collection of American Holly in No AMerica, the best display of a large variety of annuals (all labeled) and many other plant collections including a great bamboo trail you can walk through. We are the home sight for the NJ Garden Club.
      Come visit us!

      Rutgers Gardens

    • Longwood gardens
      Posted by Bill Young (Rockmm@prodigy.net) from ny on 2002-04-06 08:20:46

      Quoting Newt: ------------
      -Quoting Judy: ------------
      -The Garden Club of Ithaca, NY is currently planning a private garden tour of New Jersey and eastern PA/in June. We would appreciate receiving information -- locations, contacts, organizations -- that would be helpful in planning the trip.

      -We are aware of the Nature Conservancy's Open Days Directory and are awaiting it's publication. We are hoping to get an early start with our plans.

      -There is a WONDERFUL site called the Garden Web. They have topics on just about anything you might think of. I suggest you try either the 'Mid-Atlantic Forum' or 'The Garden Traveler'. The people there are terrific.

      -There is also a search engine for Organizations and Clubs that might be able to help.

      -There is also a Garden Web Directory. You can copy and paste this link.
      -http://dir.gardenweb.com/directory/

      -Good luck,
      -Newt

      I have just visted Longwood gardens in south Pa. They have a very helpful website It is a must to be seen any time of the year.
      Enjoy
      Bill
GardeningwithKids.org Catalog

Special Report - Garden to Table

— ADVERTISEMENTS —