We invite you to explore our website to learn more about who we are and what we do. We hope that after you do, you’ll decide to join us for one or more of our many activities. For information about attending our open meetings or joining the Club, click here to email us.

Our Purpose:

To stimulate interest and creative activity in the art of gardening; to enhance the beauty of our community; to contribute to civic improvement; and to work for the conservation of native plants and wildlife.

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The West Hartford Garden Club invites you to come to our open meetings.

If you would like to come, we ask that you click here to RSVP so we will know how many to expect.

FEBRUARY 9, 2017   Thursday, 12 noon
Saint John’s Episcopal Church
679 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford.
(Directions to entrances to parking are in the front of the church from Farmington Avenue and South Highland Street.)

“Thieves, Charlatans & Crooks, the Wild and
Wonderful World of Plants Origins”
Speaker:  Richard Benfield

Our speaker, a Professor of Geography at CCSU returns for this third visit to the West Hartford Garden Club.  His research interests are in garden tourism and biogeography.  Professor Benfield has traveled to gardens all over the world to gather information.  His book, Garden Tourism, was published in 2013.

OPEN MEETING, Guest donation $10.00
Tea sandwiches, cookies and beverages will be served.

Save the date for the West Hartford Garden Club Plant Sale on May 20, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Noah Webster House.
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The West Hartford Garden Club members enjoy volunteering their time to guide residents in their floral creations at the Garden Therapy classes at Alfred E. Plant and West Hartford Health & Rehabilitation Center.

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