Terny (Ukrainian: Терни) is a village in Ukraine in the Lubny Raion (district) of Poltava Oblast. In 2001, there were 471 inhabitants. It is situated on the right bank of the river Sula.
In the 17th century Jeremi Wiśniowiecki gave the village to Lubny Bernardine Monastery. Catholic monks founded in Terny the garden on 12 dessiatins. In 1657, after the destroying of Bernardine monastery in Lubny, the village was given to Mhar Monastery by Bohdan Khmelnitsky.
1721 Peter the Great founded in Terny and Lubny two "pharmacy gardens" on the area of 50 dessiatins. 1781 - the village was without church, with 30 huts, there were 134 inhabitants in 1787.
1880 - upon request of the Department of Agriculture Kateryna Skarzhynska donated 30 dessiatins of land in the village Terny for the foundation of the agricultural school. In 1929 this school was reorganized to the College of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, and in 1950 - to the Forest College.
1903 - there were 335 inhabitants in Terny. The village was without church, belonged to Vyazivok parish.
From 2011 in Terny is the orthodox church dedicated to St. John the Apostle. Feast day celebrated on May 21.Natalia Baklay, Ukrainian poet