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
23 Active Members
2 Associate Members
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 third Saturday of each month at 11:00am at the
Street School Community Center
31 Zukor Road, New City, NY.
Annual dues $40
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 www.dec.ny.gov
Asclepias variegata L.
White milkweed is a native perennial wildflower.
It thrives in open upland forests and woodland edge habitats, sandy open ground, low woods, slopes, ridges and roadsides. In NYC, eleven wild species have been documented. Today, three species are common, four are extinct and the rest are rare or infrequent.
New York State
Tree Sugar Maple