Greenwich Garden Club

A member of the Garden Club of America since 1914

From backcountry to downtown, our roots are firmly planted in Greenwich

Since 1914 the Greenwich Garden Club has been helping to protect and preserve the natural beauty of our town. As our Centennial year drew to a close, we celebrated the completion of three major civic projects: a backcountry wildflower garden at the Audubon Center, a mid-country restoration of a woodland trail at the Garden Education Center, and a downtown organic community garden for the children at Armstrong Court. In addition, we published Beyond the White Gloves, which chronicles and the celebrates the many contributions of the Greenwich Garden Club and its members who have so often gone “beyond the white gloves” to shape the fabric of our town’s history.

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Beyond The White Gloves

Beyond the White Gloves, Zone II Meeting and Flower Show The twenty Clubs in Zone II gather every year at an Annual Zone Meeting.  Each club in the Zone takes a turn hosting the meeting.  The meetings must contain a business meeting, an educational component and a... read more

GCA’s Quarterly Conservation Watch

Conservation Watch (ConWatch) is the quarterly newsletter published by the GCA’s Conservation Committee. Each edition includes a series of articles drawn from the research by members of the committee, conservation news from individual clubs across the country,... read more

Flower Shows: Rye Garden Club

“100 Years and Blooming,” is the crowning glory of the Rye Garden Club’s Centennial Celebration and highlights their membership’s extraordinary creativity. September 26th and 27th, 2015 Apawamis Club,... read more