A strange cloud over St. Louis turns out to be an enormous swarm of butterflies! (click to read more)
GCKY President Joanna Kirby with Bruce and Shelly Richardson of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas
Click picture for more info on the GCKY/Elmwood Inn partnership
The Garden Club of Elizabethtown at the dedication of their Monarch Waystation at Freeman Lake Park
The Wallis House
State Headquarters of The Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc.
First Monarch Sighting of 2014!
If you've been to one of our Monarch Waystation programs, can you tell if this is a male or female?
Two Creeks Garden Club's Monarch Waystation
Planted in 2004 and still going strong!
Danville Montessori Students celebrate their new Monarch Waystation!
A Variety of Butterflies Enjoying the Milkweed
Check the Monarch Butterfly link to find out more about Monarch Waystations!
Garden Club of Danville club members Fran Halloran, Pres. Gigi Biles, GCKY Pres Joanna Kirby, Linda Porter and Kay Arnold at the GCKY convention in London, Ky, April 2014
Bardstown Garden Club
Eight members of the Bardstown Garden Club were delighted to attend the Dogwood District Regional meeting in October. Pictured left to right are, Martha Celis Petitt, Kathy McMullan, Kathy Bishop, Jackie Barney, Laurie Stith, Mary Sue Brown, Jackie Jorgenson, and Laura Christensen. Everyone enjoyed a lovely lunch, as well as the informative meeting.
NGC Membership Photo Contest
Bowling Green Garden Club 80th Anniversary
Shaker Village has partnered with the Garden Club of Kentucky to restore habitat for a Monarch Waystation.
Maynard Crossland, President and CEO, Linda Porter, GCKY Butterfly President's Special Project Chair, Mary Carol Cooper, Shaker Village Naturalist, Joanna Kirby, GCKY President, Ben Leffew, Assistant Property Manager.
Field to Fork Festival, 7/20/13
Monarch Waystation Chair Linda Porter
Monarch Waystation at UK/LFUCG Arboretum
Char Mutschler & David Robson, Instructors, with Jean Ohlmann
- To promote interest in and knowledge of horticulture, gardening, garden therapy, and youth gardening.
- To encourage beautification of home, community, and state.
- To encourage appreciation and conservation of wildflowers, wildlife, forests, wilderness areas, and other natural resources and cooperate with other agencies promoting these interests.
The Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc.
State Headquarters616 Pleasant Street
Paris, Kentucky 40361
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South Atlantic Region
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