To stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening;
To study flower arrangements and horticulture;
To promote conservation;
To encourage beautification in the community.
National Garden Clubs, Inc.
provides educational resources and national networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility.
June 121:00Gardens of the World
World traveler and LGCG member Betsey Birchenough will inspire us with her slide presentation of beautiful gardens that she has visited around the world.
May 23 Thursday 9:00amPlanting Day! Meet at the Visitors Center to get plants. June 1 9:00am to 3:00pm Home Party Event
At American Legion, Clancy St, Schuylerville. Schuylerville Garden Club will particpate selling Palmflex garden gloves in multiple colors, sizes S to XXL. $5.00 a pair. We will also be taking orders for garden related books. All books are at least 20% off retail.
Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of the month at the United Methodist Church, 51 Church St, Schuylerville, NY unless otherwise noted above.
This website was last updated: May 22, 2013
Beautification Project. The Visitor's Center Garden was given a facelift with a new design, shrubs and roses, and a truckload of mulch. New pots were added throughout the Village along with our usual sidewalk plantings and boxes.
Wiawaka in Lake George on a Gorgeous September Day
Garden Club Members Emily Stephens and Patti Nichols.
The Garden Club presented Emily with a gift card to help with her trip to the Special Olympics in Korea. We are all very proud of Emily!