The Clarkstown Garden Club’s logo depicts the famous Hi Tor Mountain and the Dogwood blossoms which flourish abundantly in our area.
Organized and Federated 1964
22 Active Members
1 Associate Member
Members of :
National Garden Clubs, Inc., Central Atlantic Region
Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, Tenth District
Hudson River Conservation Society, Inc.
Clarkstown Garden Club
To stimulate interest in horticulture, conservation, civic beautification and to study
and enjoy the art of flower arranging.
General Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at the
United Methodist Church of New City,
76 Congers Rd, New City, NY.
Annual dues $30
Board Meetings are held at the same location
one hour prior to the general meetings.
If you would like to join, we invite you to
come to a general meeting or contact us at
STATE PROTECTED PLANTS
The conservation list of protected plants in NYS has become too long to list here. For info, write:
NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation,
Albany, NY 12201 or go online to
Northern Bog Aster
Open, branching clusters of stalked flowers at the top of the stem and arising from the upper leaf axils with 1 to a few to many flowers per plant. Flowers are approx. 1" across with 20-50 narrow petals (ray flowers). Ray color is white, pale blue or pinkish. A yellow center disk turns purplish with age. The Bog Aster is a perennial plant. Its habitat is part shade, sun, in wet meadows, along shores, swamps, bog, swales. Bloom season is July -October.
New York State
Tree Sugar Maple