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Northeast Region Rendezvous

O'Brien Nurserymen & Hosta - Grandby, CT

John O’Brien of O’Brien Nurserymen and Display Gardens has volunteered to host a Rendezvous. The fun starts at 10 a.m. We plan to include verbal & silent plant auctions and a raffle to benefit ACS. An annual event called ‘Granby Farm Days’ coincides with this date. John currently has commitments from Bethlehem Nursery, Perran Nursery…

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2014 NER Annual Meeting

Holiday Inn Rochester Airport - Rochester, NY

The annual Northeast Regional Meeting is in Rochester, NY, from September 19-21, 2014, at the Holiday Inn Rochester Airport. Rochester was the host city for 2004 Regional Meeting and several new conifer gardens have emerged to welcome attendees. Co-chairs Elmer Dustman and Jerry Kral are planning the event that they promise will showcase over 600 conifer cultivars including…


2015 ACS NE Region Advisory Board Meeting

BEST WESTERN Clifton Park - Clifton Park, New York 9:00am

UPDATE – January 20, 2015: Please note due to burst pipe at our hotel our meeting space is no longer available. Therefore our new hotel is: BEST WESTERN Clifton Park 617 Plank Road, Clifton Park, NY 12065-2020 Phone: 518/371-1811 We will hold our annual Advisory Board Meeting on January 24th, 2015 from 9 am…


Tom Cox on New Conifer Introductions

Broken Arrow Nursery - Hamden, CT 1:00pm

Tom Cox will be speaking at Broken Arrow Nursery on September 6th at 1pm on new and exciting conifer introductions. Anyone who has been to the Cox Arboretum, Tom’s home in Georgia, knows how exciting his choices can be! Hope to see you there.

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NE Regional Meeting New Hampshire

The Courtyard by Marriot Downtown Keene Hotel - Keene, New Hampshire 3:00pm

The ACS will venture to Southwest New Hampshire to take in 4 private gardens around the Keene area in August 2016. NH boasts natural beauty – mountains, farming, granite, forests and water and this natural scenery is the backdrop for these four gardens. We will explore a garden in cultivation for 45 years, two in…