Rochester, New York City Guide
Rochester, NY City Guide

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Gardening Organizations in Rochester, NY

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This is a list of organizations that maintain Web sites.  A list of organizations that maintain online communities, mailing lists, chat rooms, and more is available at:  Inforochester Online Groups.

  • Countryside Garden Club of Livonia.  "Countryside Garden Club of Livonia was founded in 1971. Over the years many people have contributed to the goals and objectives of this group, which are to promote appreciation and increase the knowledge of flowers and gardening. The club has worked with community leaders and other civic groups planting and maintaining public gardens, working with school officials and the Livonia Area Preservation and Historical Society."     
  • Finger Lakes Daylily Society.  "The Finger Lakes Daylily Society is a gathering of like-minded people who love daylilies and want to learn more about them and share their knowledge with others. Society members generally garden in west-central New York covering an area from Batavia to Syracuse and southern tier. Meetings are usually held in the vicinities of Rochester or Canandaigua."   
  • Flower City Kids.  "Flower City Kids are students in the City of Rochester public, private and parochial schools, grades pre-K through six. Flower City Kids is a project co-sponsored by the Frontier Pioneers, the City of Rochester Department of Parks, Recreation and Human Services, and the Cornell Cooperative Extension." 
  • Garden Path of Penfield.  "We share information, invite speakers to educate us on various gardening topics, hold creative workshops and have fun! We hold an annual plant sale in May, offering a variety of member-grown annuals, perennials, and herbs for sale to the community. Funds from the sale are designated for local community projects, and for horticultural books and magazines for the local library."  
  • Genesee Region Orchid Society
  • Genesee Valley Hosta Society.  "The Genesee Valley Hosta Society (GVHS) provides a forum for gardeners in the Rochester/Genesee Valley Region, interested in exploring and promoting the genus Hosta.
    GVHS meets every 2 months, beginning in January; meetings are held on the second Thursday at 7:00PM. The location is Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County, 249 Highland Avenue, Rochester, NY. During the gardening season June – August we meet monthly, the location changes as the program features visits to member gardens." 
  • Genesee Valley Pond and Koi Club.  "Our Rochester-based Club is made up of people who are interested in successfully keeping Koi and water gardens. We would like to invite you to become a member of our group. At our monthly meetings, guest speakers frequently share information pertinent to our hobby through lectures, slide shows, and demonstrations, followed by question and answer periods. Members have access to an extensive library of periodicals, books, videos, and, most importantly, people who possess incredibly helpful information."
  • Greater Rochester Iris Society.  "For gardeners interested in these beautiful and versatile perennials.
    An affiliate of the American Iris Society." 
  • Greater Rochester Perennial Society.  "For those interested in the wide range of perennials, their use and care...We are a large and active organization, with garden tours in the summer and monthly meetings in the 'off season'. April 2004 marked the 7th anniversary of a group of members with diverse interests and vast experience."
  • Greater Rochester Rose Society. "The rose society meets the first Tuesday of each month to discuss aspects of rose growing. We usually have guest lecturers three times a year and have a large rose show in June. There is a plant auction in April and two picnics in the summer at members gardens.
  • Henrietta Garden Club. "The Henrietta Garden Club meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except July and August) at 6:30 pm at Henrietta Town Hall (Main Meeting room).

    The club is open to all interested in gardens, flowers, and sharing information about plants. You don’t have to live in Henrietta.

    We are dedicated to:
    • The Art & Science of Gardening
    • Sharing in fellowship with other gardening enthusiasts
    • Educating our members and the community at large
    • Promoting the conservation & preservation of flora
    • Aiding in the beautification of public grounds"
  • Men's Garden Club of Rochester

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