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LInks:
The Invasive Project- Pound Ridge
Go to http://invasivespoundridge.org/ to see their latest local activities and events.
Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Putnam County  http://counties.cce.cornell.edu/putnam
 Find workshops, hotline and diagnostic lab, events for everyone in the family as well as information on Master Gardener and 4-H programs.
Go Botony: New England Wild Flower Society: Discover thousands of New England Plants  http://gobotany.newenglandwild.org/
http://davesgarden.com articles and videos show you how to start seeds and learn how to have your best garden ever. Members can chat with other gardeners in our 230 forums, and identify your plants, pests, birds and butterflies.
http://dirt.asla.org 
​The Dirt blog covers the latest news on the built and natural environments and features stories on landscape architecture. Published weekly, The Dirt explores design and policy developments related to land and water use, urbanization, transportation, and climate change.

Putnam County Soil & Water Conservation District’s 2016 Annual Tree & Shrub Seedling Sale Order Form. Click Here



Places to Visit:
Innisfree Garden in Tyrell: http://www.innisfreegarden.org
Stonecrop Garden in Cold Spring: www.stonecrop.org
Glynnwood Farm in Cold Spring: www.glynwood.org
Lasdon Park Arboretum and Veterans Memorial in Katonah: http://parks.westchestergov.com/lasdon-park
Resources for identifying houseplants:
www.glasshouseworks.com
www.logees.com
www.exoticangel.com
Click the hummingbird to visit one of our favorite websites "ECOBeneficial!" Usefule Gardening Tips to Improve our Environment.
 
Enjoy these interesting and educational events at LASDON ARBORETUM.
or Go To: http://www.lasdonpark.org/home.html

        Botanical Art Classes                                                      HOW TO DYE EGGS NATURALLY    
                                          Water Conserving Rain Gardens    
    
DO YOU KNOW YOUR SOIL pH?                       "High Society" Floral Design with Danny Meyer 

                                                       Fairy Garden Fun