The Richmond Garden Club organized 1958 and federated 1959. The purpose is our desire to make our members and community more appreciative of the beauty, excitement, and satisfaction of gardening. Members maintain a Monarch Butterfly Garden in the city’s Million Park off Tates Creek Road. Every two years we present a horticulture scholarship to a horticulture student at Eastern Kentucky University. Artistic exhibits are made for the Richmond Area Arts Council, Gallery on Main, McCready Manor senior living, and for community businesses and leaders. Members donate garden supplies for new Habitat homes. Some meetings are travel, we visit area gardens and have speakers from our community who share the love of gardening. Guests are welcome.
Meetings: The fourth Tuesday of each month at 12:30 p.m.
The Boone County Garden Club meets at noon on the second Tuesday of each month at members’ homes. A light lunch is served followed by our business meeting. A presentation is made on various gardening topics and/or club projects by a guest speaker. ACTIVITIES
showing children how to repot and plant marigolds for Mother’s Day
Garden Clean Up at Dinsmore Historical Home in Burlington
making floral arrangements and the Winner’s Circle floral blanket at the Turfway Park Jeff Ruby Steaks Race (3 yr old prep race for Ky Derby).
arrange flowers monthly for Bluegrass Care Navigators hospice patients.
The Franklin-Simpson Garden Club has monthly meetings. We created a Monarch Waystation in 2014 and a Veteran Plaza at the Franklin Post Office in 2019, and we have helped create other gardens in our community. We sponsor a Flower Show and a Horticulture Show, and we staff an Earth Day booth in April. Bricks for the Veteran Plaza can be ordered online at polarengraving.com/franklingardenclub or with the Vet Plaza Order Form.
Meeting Schedule: Usually 3rd Wednesdays at 1:00 pm Meeting Location
Via Zoom or at the Cornerstone Building, 220 W. Kentucky Ave, Franklin, Kentucky, 42134
Date: 1st Thursday of each month March thru December
Time: 9:30 a.m. Fellowship & Refreshments
10:00 a.m. Program
Business meeting immediately following program
Location: The Brown Pusey House
128 North Main St
Members of The Garden Club of Elizabethtown enjoy sharing gardening and horticulture tips, learning floral design, and working on community beautification projects. We sponsor our annual Garden Tour and Tea in June and a Flower Show in July. We maintain the historic gardens at the Brown Pusey House along with a Monarch Waystation at Freeman Lake Park. At our monthly meetings we have a variety of interesting programs, knowledgeable speakers, fun garden related workshops…and of course yummy food!
The 2019-2020 programs will include speakers on a variety of topics including: Sedges – What Are They? And Why Do You Want Them In Your Garden?; Creating Bird Friendly Habitat; Pest Management for Home Gardeners; Using Local Wildflowers In Your Garden.
There are also field trips planned to Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, The Parklands of Floyds Fork, and to an extensive cactus collection where we will learn about planting cacti.
Ramblers maintain the Jean Ohlmann Secret Garden at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens in Crestwood. We welcome new ideas and we welcome you to visit Rambler Garden Club.
Contact us for the full schedule – we’d love to have you join us!
First Tuesday of each month
(no meeting in July, August or January)
Northeast Regional Library Branch, 15 Bellevoir Circle, Louisville, KY 40223