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The Clinic provides plant disease diagnostic services which include analysis of plant material and soil for bacterial, fungal, viral, and nematode pathogens as well as suggests appropriate control measures. Existing clients include Extension Educators, Growers, Retailers, Arborists, Golf Courses, Researchers, and Homeowners.
The webpage has links to pictures of the butterflies specific to counties of New York. Each link also provides information about the butterfly’s identification and life history. This will help you to decide which Butterfly Nectar Plants and Butterfly Host Plants to plant while creating your own butterfly garden.
This webpage contains a list of public and private gardens in the US. Each listing has a brief summary and a link to the facility’s website.
Members of this forum share information on local garden events, garden tours, plant sales, nature walks, classes, and workshops.
This New York Times web page has updated news about flowers and plants, and also includes commentary and archival articles.
This page provides complete information on Master Gardener program for Tompkins County.
Want to become a Master Gardener? Get all the details here: Suffolk County’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program.
The Nannen Arboretum, a part of the Cornell University Cooperative Extension Home Grounds and Community Horticulture educational program, is a non-profit, volunteered based organization dedicated to providing home garden and natural resource education, test plots for research, and an opportunity for nature appreciation and leisure.
The Master Gardener Volunteers of Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties provide presentations on gardening, landscaping and related activities throughout the two county region.
The C. V. Starr Virtual Herbarium website contains photographs and drawings, manuscripts, published works, microscopic preparations, and gene sequences derived from a specimen with the catalog record for that specimen.
This is a web page for information on Cornell Co-operative extension website for Lewis County.
This feature in New York Times elaborates on the concept of aquaponics.
Accuweather gives weather forecast and offers lawn mowing and soil moisture information for the benefit of gardeners in New York, NY.
The Capital District Garden and Flower Show is an annual spring garden and flower show held in Troy, New York. The page contains highlights, demonstrations, schedule, and general information.
The Cornell University Cooperative Extension web page gives information on Master Gardener program for Erie County.
This web page has information about Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program of Cortland County.
Residents of Tioga County interested in volunteering for a Master Gardener program can get pertinent information here – Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program of Tioga County.
This webpage includes information about Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program of Jefferson County.
Chautauqua County residents can check here for information on Master Gardener Program offered through Cornell Cooperative Extension for your county.
Master Gardener Program for Columbia County residents is offered by the Cornell Cooperative Extension Office.
The Mission of Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program of Monroe County is to provide research-based information and education programs to address local priority needs in the areas of 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture, Horticulture, and Nutrition, Food Safety & Health.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension for Seneca County enables people to improve their lives and communities through partnerships that put experience and research knowledge to work.
The consumer horticulture program of Wyoming County offers educational seminars and advice for home gardeners. The program offers information through classes, phone inquiries, or office visits. Soil pH testing, insect identification and informational bulletins are also provided. The Cornell Cooperative Extension for Wyoming County also publishes a quarterly Gardener’s Insight magazine that provides information to home gardeners.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County (CCE Cayuga) is a community-based educational outreach agency with state and national networks. CCE Cayuga has educational outreach programming in the areas of Agriculture, 4H Youth Development, Environmental Education, Small Business and Nutrition.
The Horticultural Society of New York provides information on plant care, and has a horticulture library. The organization also arranges gardening related events and workshops.
A free community for gardeners, backyard pioneers and urban homesteaders shares knowledge on growing own food at home. Members include novice and expert growers from all over the world who post their success stories, ask questions, and challenge one another to ever-increasing levels of self-sustained living.
Wave Hill is a nonprofit institution exploring the interaction between humans and the natural environment through programs in horticulture, education and the arts. Wave Hill features gardens, greenhouses, urban woodland, and environmental education programs.
The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is an education center and tourist destination that provides horticulture information. The institution houses some plants native to New York region, as well as a wide collection of tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world.
The Interactive Gardening Center provides a photo gallery, event listings, videos, blogs and much more information sharing on gardening.
This webpage contains information on USDA Map Of New York Growing Zones. It also contains information on gardening covering all aspects of growing plants.
New York Flora Association is non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of field botany and greater understanding of the plants that grow in the wild in New York State. The organization encourages field and herbarium botanists to represent their points of view. It also serves as an information exchange for botanically related organizations and botanists active in New York State.
New York City Community Garden Coalition is a non-profit organization that aims to promote the preservation, creation, and empowerment of community gardens through education, advocacy, and grassroots organizing.
This page information has about Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Yates County.
Upstate Gardener’s Journal is a bimonthly publication for gardeners in upstate New York which includes calendar of events, index of back-issue articles, and a reader forum.
The Upstate New York Hosta Society is a non-profit educational society, which promotes knowledge of the genus Hosta, by encouraging the introduction of the genus into cultivation, and the development of new and improved varieties.
Genesee Region Orchid Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of knowledge on orchids.
This Cornell University website includes plant images, pictures of affected animals and presentations concerning the botany, chemistry, toxicology, diagnosis and prevention of poisoning of animals by
The site gives information about Cornell Cooperative Extension program for Essex and Clinton counties. It also includes information on plant insects of the region, plant diseases, vegetable and fruit growing guides, native plants and other general gardening information.
Capital Region of NY Gardener’s Exchange is a community of Master Gardeners, Community Garden organizers, Garden Club members, weekend gardeners who offer their expertise and advise on gardening.
The Garden and Landscape Guide webpage gives information about gardens in New York open to the public.
NOFA-NY is a community of farmers, gardeners and consumers working to educate and promote organic and sustainable agriculture in New York and the Northeast.
The Cornell Fruit Resources web pages include links to Cornell’s fruit production resources. This site is created with the association of the Tree Fruit & Berry Program Work Team and the Viticulture & Enology Program Work Team.
Western New York Nursery & Landscape Association is a not-for-profit corporation of teachers, nurseries, garden centers, growers, landscape architects, landscapers, tree care firms, and lawn care firms. The organization aims to promote, expand, improve, and elevate landscaping, nursery,and related trades.
This web page of ‘iloveplants.com’ is a garden information resource guide to plants and gardening. It includes links to plant websites, gardening websites, garden clubs, garden zones, info on growing perennials, growing trees and blogs of expert gardeners for the state of New York.
Biodiversity Heritage Library is an ongoing project sponsored by ten natural history museum libraries, botanical libraries, and research institutions, which includes digitized biology texts, journals, and guides.
Gardening Resources is a portal to gardening information at Cornell.
The New York’s state park system includes 179 state parks and 36 historic sites.
This feature in Yardener gives complete information about the Spirea species.
The website of New York State Nursery/Landscape Association – Region 4 – includes a schedule of upcoming events in Central New York State.
The New York Invasive Species Research Institute coordinates with agencies that are into invasive species research to help prevent and manage the impact of invasive species in New York State. The NYISRI serves the scientific research community, natural resource and land managers, and state offices and sponsored organizations by promoting information-sharing and developing recommendations and implementation protocols for research, funding, and management.
The Finger Lakes Native Plant Society provides information about Finger Lakes native plant heritage. The community works in collaboration with other organizations to identify, map, and monitor good native plant sites and rare, threatened, and endangered native plant species. It advocates the use of nursery-propagated, not wild gathered, native plants in our private and public landscapes.
The Niagara Frontier Botanical Society is devoted to the promotion of the study, appreciation and conservation of plant life in Western New York and adjacent Ontario, with an emphasis on field botany.
Deb sturdevant says
We live in upstate NY and have had raspberry canes that are now 3 years old. They bear fruit from July to frost! I have heard I should cut the canes back to the ground but can’t seem to get more information. Can you help me with more explicit information. Thank you