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The Haddonfield Garden Club was founded in 1906, and became a charter member of the New Jersey Garden Club in 1927.

For more than 110 years,  HGC has been involved in community projects, and in the education of its members relating to gardening, design, horticulture and the environment. The total number of members is 86. There are 51 active members and 35 inactive members.

Most of our meetings are open to the general public. We love to have guests! Announcements of meetings are posted in local newspapers, and also on this website. (Please see calendar page.) Here is information on our upcoming meeting

September 12, 2017

General Meeting at 12 NOON — Visitors and Guests are Welcome!
Location: Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 204 Wayne Avenue, Haddonfield
Program: “Camden Children’s Garden: The History and the Future”
Learn about Camden’s gem from its inception to our parterning with the “Bee Gap” initiative.
Speaker: Valerie¬† Frick, Co-Founder and Director of Education at Camden Children’s Garden

Interested in becoming a member?
Our talents and interest vary from flower arranging to horticulture to decorating to the environment. There is something for everyone. Come join us. (For more information, please contact us.)

Our Mission Statement

“The object of the Haddonfield Garden Club is to encourage an interest in all aspects of gardening, horticulture and artistic use of plant material; to promote the study of nature and the environment; and to participate in related community projects.”¬†(From our Bylaws)

CLUB OFFICERS 2017 – 2018

President…………………………Sharon Winge
Vice President………………….Jeanette Leeds
Treasurer…………………………Marian Garrison
Recording Secretary………….Glenna Huls
Corresponding Secretary…..Betsy Anderson

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Betty Powell Memorial Garden, designed and maintained by the Haddonfield Garden Club.

President’s Message

The Haddonfield Garden Club will continue to give back to the
community during the next two years as we strive to educate
ourselves and our neighbors. The world is changing and we
need to be a part of this change. But, as gardeners, we also
need to stop and smell the roses, dig in the dirt, plant some
seeds and enjoy a beautiful floral arrangement. This year it is
my hope that as a club we can do all of the above.
We start the year with a program on The Camden Children’s
Garden, and end the year with a visit to Longwood Gardens. In
between we will hear speakers educate us on Native
Wildflowers, Flowering Shrubs, Yard Design, Orchids, and
Flower Arranging Tips, plus a trip to the New Jersey State
Flower Show. All I’m asking is your support when you’re asked
to help.
Looking forward to a great year with you, the members.
My “Tiara is polished and ready to go to work
SHARON WINGE