Summer 2023 has arrived

Friends of Old Westbury grow our shared spaces

Welcome to Old Westbury

Daylilies for days…

Oak Leaf Hydrangeas welcome you home, all this possible because of your generosity

Even the LIE Service Road gets an upgrade

This tree used to be so lonely, now hundreds of flowers surround this majestic Oak.

Begonia flowers greet you

Low plantings do not impede visual site lines for traffic

Welcome to Old Westbury

Your gifts make these lush plantings possible

FOW partnering with VOW to plant dozens of new trees in 2022

VOW Village Hall

Eastern Entry Sign

Entry Sign at IU Willets

Post Rd. “Mound” in seasonal splendor

Salmon blossoms border our roadways

New Dogwood Trees Planted

Multiplying Daffodils

Delightful Daffodils! The fruits of our labor multiplying.




Enjoy nature while you drive along the streets of Old Westbury

Spring daffodils along OW Pond

A sea of purple and red flowers

Red Ground Rd.

Daffodil hills in OW

Evolved perennials naturalized

Spring is in full bloom at the entry to the newly renovated OW Pond

The Intersection of Post and LIE bursting with color

Climbing hydrangea bring summer life to our shared spaces

Old Westbury’s signature dogwoods in bloom

New plantings made possible by your donations. Thank you!

Acres of daffodils align our roadway

Multi colored Alliums have their moment

Bucolic beautiful Old Westbury with plantings from Friends of Old Westbury

An early panoramic photo of the new plantings on the eastbound LIE Service Road triangle at Old Westbury Road.

Plantings and color evolve through the seasons

Bush roses and hydrangea share the stage near the pond at the intersection of Post and LIE

Even a narrow strip of island can be beautified with plantings

Because of the generosity of our residents and donors…

As the season evolves, different plantings take center stage

FOW OW Triangle Spring 2021

The newly planted eastbound LIE Service Road welcome sign

A proper welcome to Old Westbury from the newly planted IU Willets corner

Carnival colored flowers in their moment enhance our public spaces

Old Westbury’s signature dogwood bloom in pink. See beyond this tree to new plantings with water bags to insure tree planting success

Yellow Lillies rise about lavender perennials to steal the moment


IU Willets corner has had a major upgrade. Corner has never looked better! Plantings all possible through Friends of Old Westbury and generous residents like you!

Profusions of showy daffodils at the newly renovated Old Westbury Pond

The once lonely tree triangle, on LIE eastbound Service Road designed to continually bloom with interesting perennials throughout the growing season

OW Road Triangle Mid August

Early Spring color comes to Post Rd. Mound

Plantings that will bring Summer color year after year at Post Road. North and South

Roses and Day Lillies brighten our daily view at Post Road.

Always a pleasure to drive by now and see whats blooming!

The Old Westbury Road triangle, now filled with color and native plantings

Our planting of the Post Road “Mound” with three season color

Every week something new is blooming on Old Westbury Rd.

Every week brings another show of color to OW Rd.

A beautiful upgrade at FOW Village Hall

Old Westbury Road Corner

Spring Tulips Planted by Old Westbury Gardens

Dazzling Tulip Display Set Against A Daffodil Swath Planted By OW Gardens

Post Road Mound of Color

Old Westbury Road Triangle In Its Purple Moment

Post Road Mound AFTER FOW Planting

Post Road Mound new planting

Heading East on Service Road, OW Road Triangle

Clusters of Daffodils Brighten Our Living Environment

A beautiful look for a once barren road

Pockets of Color In Dabbled Sunlight

The long desolate Post Road Mound Planted by FOW

Transformation in Progress

Post Road “Mound” BEFORE FOW planting

Post Road “Mound” BEFORE FOW planting

Looking North Over Fully Planted Island W/ Neat Border

Grasses & Flowers Evolve Through The Summer

Stunning Mix of Colors In Full Summer Bloom


PomPoms of Color Undulate In The Summer Breeze

Old Westbury Triangle in full bloom 2019

Old Westbury Triangle bursting with Spring color

New plantings bring even more color in 2019

What a difference a year makes!

Spring comes to Old Westbury Road overhauled triangle

Planting Bulbs for Spring 2019 and on!

OW Road Triangle New life

Neighbors working to improve our shared spaces!

What a difference we can make together!

Enhancing our shared spaces

Gorgeous summer color!

Transforming a forgotten road triangle

Perennials taking root to give years of color!

Summer blooms at previously desolate OW Road Triangle

Young plantings taking root at OW Road Triangle


Your donations at work!

Old Westbury Rd. Triangle Planting by Hanna Packer, landscaper

Transforming a desolate road triangle

Hanna Packer workingn with FOW to Transform Old Westbury Rd. Triangle

OW Rd Triangle DURING Planting

OW Triangle BEFORE FOW Planting

Old Westbury Rd Triangle BEFORE

Contact us to Purchase FOW Watering Can For $59

Spreading the FOW Message at July ’17 Picnic

FOW Launches First Earth Day Clean Sweep!

Earth Day 2018

FOW Earth Day Litter Clean Up 2018

Litter on Glen Cove Rd. UGH

Post Road S. AFTER FOW Planting

FOW’s Spring Planting at Post Road

Flowers bloom throughout the season. Here perennials and annuals brighten an important corner that welcomes you to Old Westbury

Post Road Triangle Planted By Friends of Old Westbury

FOW’ Planting Post Road North

Post Road Triangles Bursting with FOW color!

FOW Tulips Brighten Post Road at LIE

FOW Tulips at Post Rd. North

FOW Tulips at Post Road s.

This is what the triangle at Post Road looked like before Friends of Old Westbury upgraded the plantings.

Post Rd. North BEFORE FOW Planting




Friends of Old Westbury carefully chose this flowering dogwood to be friendly with overhead wires.
















2022 New Entry Sign, GCR and Jericho Tpke- Color Coming Spring 2023

December 2022, FOW Tree Pruning

Post Road Triangles Bursting with FOW color!

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