About the Westerville Garden Club
Westerville, OH

    The purpose of our club is to develop the knowledge and the love of home gardening, to promote the
    conservation of natural resources, to support the laws, rules and regulations that promote environmental and
    ecological standards and to stimulate community and civic beautification.

    Monthly meetings are held the second Tuesday in Meeting Room A  at the Westerville Public Library (March April,
    July, August, September, October, November) at 6:45 p.m.  In May we have our annual Plant Sale the Saturday
    before Mother's Day in Uptown Westerville, and in June we have our annual Picnic & Plant Exchange at Hoff Woods
    Park.  In December we have our annual Holiday Potluck at the American Legion Hall.  Additional workshops and
    field trips are planned during the year.

    We offer a wide range of top-notch educational programs.  Topics cover the latest gardening techniques for
    flowers, shrubs, trees, vegetables and house plants; organic gardening; landscape and floral design; conservation
    and environmental education; and the study of birds, butterflies and beneficial insects and how to attract them.


Founded 1947
2019 Theme
"How Green is Your Garden?"
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Westerville Garden Club
City of Westerville Proclamation
National Garden Week
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Interested in Joining?
Yearly dues are $20.  When you become a member of the Westerville Garden Club you get to meet new people
and make new friends.  We offer a variety of programs and activities.  As a member you automatically become a
member of National Garden Clubs, Inc. which is the largest volunteer organization of its type in the world.

Click here for Membership Brochure
Contact Information
c/o Connie Boyle
301 Crosslake Ct.
Westerville, OH  43081
Phone:  614-891-0479
Thank you for your interest in the Westerville Garden Club.  
We would love to have you as a guest at our next meeting.