MANHATTAN CHAPTER OF THE NORTH AMERICAN GARDEN SOCIETY
                                                                   

(MCNARGS)

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                                WELCOME!

The Manhattan Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society, founded in 1987, is a group of gardening enthusiasts who are interested in an eclectic range of plants, with emphasis on alpine and rock gardening selections. Our programs cover a broad spectrum of special interests such as rock and alpine, succulents, woodland, bog, and planted walls, as well as trough and container gardening. While we’re based in New York City, we welcome members in any location! 

 

 

NEXT MEETING (in person)

Tuesday, September 20 at 6p.m.

 NYBG Midtown Education Center, 20 West 44th Street

PROPAGATION FOR EVERYONE

Speaker:  Gelene Scarborough, Senior-most Gardener at Wave Hill

Over the past twenty-three years she has curated and worked in every garden, from the Alpine House to the Flower Garden.

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ANNUAL TRI-STATE MEETING

Co-sponsored by the Manhattan and the Hudson Valley Chapters of the North American Rock Garden Society

Sunday, October 16

Ross Hall, New York Botanical Garden (The Bronx NY)

Bangsbo Tufa and Crevice Garden, Denmark and

Dutch Alpine Gardens

Speaker:  Kaj Andersen

Schedule:

9:45-10:30  plant sale

10:30-10:45 greeting & announcements

10:45-12:00 Bangsbo Tufa & Crevice Beds, Denmark

12:00-1:30 lunch break/plant sale continues/raffle/auction

1:30-2:45  Dutch Alpine Gardens

2:45-3:30 plant sale continues

 

OPEN TO ALL MCNARGS MEMBERS, MEMBERS OF OTHER NARGS CHAPTERS, AND ALL NARGS MEMBERS ARE WELCOME - BUT ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED VIA EMAIL: ManhattanNARGS@verizon.net

NYBG is easily accessible by car, public transportation and MetroNorth railroad. Please use the Mosholu Entrance.

The NYBG Midtown Education Center is located at 20 West 44th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues (General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen Building). This location is two blocks from Grand Central Terminal and near several subways.