MANHATTAN CHAPTER OF THE NORTH AMERICAN GARDEN SOCIETY
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!
ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Saturday, May 13 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Same Brooklyn location as last year:
All Saints Church in Park Slope
(Enter at 463A 7th Street, just down the hill from 7th Avenue)
Our sale will feature a variety of plants, including wildflowers suitable for shady gardens and pollinator-friendly habitats, as well as rock garden specialties, indoor plants, some woodies and more!
For information on how to contribute plants from your garden or how you can help in other ways, please see details in our March/April newsletter.
Please help spread the word -- invite all your gardening friends!
The church is two blocks from the 7th Avenue F/G train stop, a short bus ride or walk from the 4th Avenue/9th Street stop of the R train, and via the B67 or B69 buses which run along 7th Avenue. For drivers, please note that street parking is hard to find but not impossible. There is an [expensive] hospital parking facility nearby, on 6th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues.
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.