Two Creeks Garden Club
Organized 1988 – Federated 1989
Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month.
The object of Two Creeks Garden Club is to stimulate knowledge and love of gardening; to aid in the protection of native plants, birds and the general environment; to encourage civic plantings and general community beautification.
If you would like more information about our club
please contact our club president, Dawn Johnson: email@example.com
Two Creeks Garden Club proudly maintains several gardens in the Alvaton, Kentucky area. Our native plant garden at Phil Moore Park faces Hwy 231 and thousands of cars drive past this park on their daily commute. The plants are perennials but annuals are added for color during the summer months. The Monarch Waystation is located next to Alvaton Elementary and provides shelter and food for butterflies. It is also used as a teaching tool for the Two Creeks Tributaries Junior Garden Club. Our continuing project for Golden Days and Garden Therapy are the Daffodil Gardens at Greenwood Rehabilitation and Nursing. Our members gathered two thousand Daffodils in the Spring and created arrangements of the flowers to distribute to the 135+ residents in the building. We go back in the Fall and plant Daffodils in the enclosed courtyards for the residents to enjoy the following Spring. Other projects include the Bluebird Trail at Alvaton Elementary, the landscaping around the “Welcome to Alvaton” sign, placement of the barn quilt on Scottsville Road, sponsorship of the “Tribs” junior garden club and continued support of the Trees of Christmas at the Houchens Center in Bowling Green.