Community Garden Club at Wayne (Wayne, PA)

Established in 1947 as an independent garden club for the hands-on gardener, the Community Garden of Wayne encourages and develops the interest and knowledge of its members in all phases of horticulture and gardening as well as promoting and enhancing the natural environment and participating in the preservation of native plants, trees and bird life.

Our Garden Club of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA)

The Garden Club of Philadelphia, the country's oldest, was officially founded as The Garden Club in May, 1904, at Andalusia, the home of Mrs. Charles Biddle. The fundamental objectives of the Club have always been 'Beautification, Conservation, Preservation ... gentle intoxication". The Club has engaged from the beginning in many types of work - natural, state, civic, and currently, national.

Roxborough Garden Club (Philadelphia, PA)

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Villanova Garden Club

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Wayne Woods (Wayne, PA)

This club was founded in 1947 as an independent garden club for the hands-on gardener. They welcome gardeners of all skill and knowledge levels. The mission of this club is to encourage and develop the interest and knowledge of the members in all phases of horticulture and gardening; and promote and enhance our natural environment and participate in the preservation of our native plants, trees and bird life.

Wissahickon Garden Club (Philadelphia, PA)

Wissahickon Garden Club, founded in 1932, and a member of The Garden Club of America since 1942, is dedicated to furthering the knowledge of our natural world through the fields of horticulture, conservation , and floral design. Centered in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia and surrounding towns, for more than seventy five years, Wissahickon Garden Club and its members have given steadfast support and leadership to our parks, schools and arboreta. The spirit, generosity, and energy of our members have played an important role in shaping these vibrant groups and have contributed to making our communities widely admired, wonderful places to live.