Rambler Garden Club

Rambler Garden Club

Louisville, KY

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!

Meetings:

First Tuesday of each month

(no meeting in July, August or January)

10 a.m.

Northeast Regional Library Branch, 15 Bellevoir Circle, Louisville, KY 40223

For more information contact:    

Melissa Amshoff, President  502 594-0474

ramblergardenclub@gmail.com

Gardenside Green Thumb GC

Gardenside Green Thumb Garden Club

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Lexington, KY

Member of :
Blue Grass District
The Garden Club of KY, Inc
South Atlantic Region
National Garden Clubs, Inc

Formed in 1960 as a neighborhood garden club, there are currently 22 members from all parts of south Lexington.  We are active participants in the Lexington Council of Garden Clubs projects, including the biennial garden tour and Lexington in Bloom contest, and the annual flower show.  Our club meets on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.  We meet at members’ homes or have field trips. Program topics have included vegetable gardening, worm composting, and how to prepare horticulture specimens for flower shows.  Several members are expert gardeners in day lilies and roses.  Our club’s civic project is the Waveland herb garden where we have received monarch butterfly waystation certification.

For more information, please contact:

Liz Pattengill, President     E-mail:  e.pattengill@gmail.com     Phone:  859.223.4362

 

Bardstown GC

Bardstown Garden Club

Bardstown, KY

Dogwood District

Organized & Federated in 1952

Bardstown GC members sporting our Derby Hats at our Derby Tea
Bardstown GC members sporting our Derby Hats at our Derby Tea

The Bardstown Garden Club members enjoy sharing gardening and horticulture tips, learning floral design, and working on community beautification projects.  For our monthly meetings we have a variety of interesting programs, knowledgable speakers, fun garden related workshops…and of course yummy food!

 

Meetings: 

 First Thursdays September – May  at 1:00 PM

At the Nelson County Extension Office, 317 South Third St. Bardstown

(June, July & August locations TBD)

Guests are always welcome!

Dues:  

$20 per year

For More Information Contact: 

Laura Christensen

laurachrstn0@gmail.com

or visit our Facebook page:  Bardstown Garden Club

Please contact us for upcoming events

Green Thumbs GC of Lincoln Co

Green Thumbs Garden Club of Lincoln County

Stanford, KY

Member of the Bluegrass District

Membership:  12

Meetings:  2 p.m. every second Thursday (except January)

We are a small group in Lincoln County sharing our horticulture knowledge with each other and the public in hopes of better caring for our environment and beautifying our county.

 

For more information, please contact: 

Leonidisa Mundelius
E-mail:  leoni@mundelius.com
Phone:  606.669.8942

Fleming County GC

Fleming County Garden Club

Flemingsburg, KY

Founded in 1933                                                         Current membership:  33

 

Member of:

Limestone District
Garden Club of Kentucky
South Atlantic Region
National Garden Clubs, Inc.

Projects:

  • Monarch Way Station on the public walking trail
  • Beautification of two public gardens
  • Plant and maintain flowers at 3 covered bridges
  • Participate in a bird awareness program with Fleming County students
  • Provide tray favors at Thanksgiving and Christmas for Fleming County Hospital patients
  • Provide spring plantings and holiday decorations for the Justice Center, Court House & Public Library
  • Host community Holiday Doorway contest
  • Participate in Arbor Day tree planting

Meeting information:

First Monday of each month February through December.

Meetings include judging flower arrangements and horticulture brought in by members along with planned speakers and activities

 

For more information contact Dana Sorrell
E-mail:  bsorrell@windstream.net
Phone: 606-782-3348

Four Seasons GC

Four Seasons Garden Club

Limestone District

Irvine, KY

Meeting Information:  

7 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Estill County Library, except for special events & field trips

 

Four Seasons Garden Club was federated in 1949.  Our annual service projects include beautification at the Estill County Public Library and the Old Irvine Cemetery. We also award annual beautification awards to local businesses who improve the appearance of their propety with flowers and other plantings.  Our members volunteer to work in the Estill County Fair Adult Garden Show.  We set up the display area, log in the floral entries, as well as judge and award the ribbons.

We are a relaxed and friendly group who love to share our knowledge of gardening with others in our community, especially the young people of Estill County.  If you would like to server your community; work with the youth of Estill county; learn more about native plants, birds and bees we would love for you to join our garden club.

 

For more information:

Paula White
E-mail:  kywhites@windstream.net
Phone:  859-986-3265

 

Beechmont G C

Beechmont Garden Club

Dogwood District

Louisville, KY

Meetings:  10 a.m. the 2nd Thursday of each month except January.  Meetings are held at Iroquois Library and other various locations.

  

The Beechmont Garden Club was started in 1933 and federated in 1934. Our members live throughout Jefferson and the surrounding counties. Our various programs consist of speakers on gardening related topics, garden tours & crafts, and a yearly community service project. We maintain the gardens at the Iroquois Library.

Our annual dues are $20.

For more information, please contact:

Janie Kanzler
E-mail:  robkanzler@bellsouth.net
Phone:  502-459-8894

Capital City G C

Capital City Garden Club

Member of the Blue Grass District

Frankfort, KY

Meetings:  10 a.m. on the 4th Tuesday of each month

Members:  14

Our Continuing Projects:

  • Paul Sawyier Library Garden
  • Thornhill School
  • Vietnam Memorial

 

 

For more information about our club, please contact

Diane Dickinson
E-mail:  yellowrv@gmail.com
Phone:  502-223-4156   

Garden Clubs for Noble Park

Garden Clubs for Noble Park

Audubon District

The Garden Clubs of Noble Park advise the Parks Department on planting, maintenance and design, in addition to actively maintain several planting areas. The objectives for 2013-14 are: Plant replacements for hardwood trees lost and/or damaged in the 2009 Ice Storm; and re-establish the Children’s Memorial Garden that was completely destroyed in that storm. Nineteen different varieties of dogwoods are the focus of the garden that was planted in 1996 in honor of the 19 children killed in the Oklahoma City bombing, and all children who have tragically died. Included in Paducah’s April 19, Arbor Day Celebration at the park will be re-dedication of the garden and tree and perennial planting by children.

For more information contact: Carolyn at carolynroof02@gmail.com or 270-559-7663and leave a message.