It Was a Really Great Show!

Thank you to all the volunteers who dedicated hundreds of hours to making the show a success and congratulations to all the exhibitors who shared their talents with the public! Each and every one of you is a winner. And remember, it’s not too early to volunteer for next year.

A post-show “Spring into Connecticut,” page with photos and winning exhibits will be posted HERE.

91st Annual Meeting and Luncheon
April 15, 2020

Details Here

2020 Beyond Beginning Floral Design Workshops
Now Open for Registration

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To coordinate, stimulate and encourage higher standards in all aspects of Garden Club work. To protect and conserve our natural resources, preserve our heritage and promote civic beauty.

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    Upcoming Events

    Beyond Beginning Workshop- Introduction to Angular Design

    April 2, 202010:00 am · 12:30 pm
    • St. Michael’s Church

    This session is intended for new designers who want to learn how to get started making Creative Floral Design Types. We will discuss everything from soaking and cutting oasis, through basic mechanics and how to place the plant material in the oasis. The Principles and Elements of Design will be…

President's Project

Out with Invasives In with Natives

One Yard, One Garden, One Park, One Town, One Trail at a Time

All across Connecticut native plants are being choked out by invasives. They’re everywhere and laying siege to landscapes all across the state.

The eradication needs to start now. We can all make a difference.