Welcome to the home of the
New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
We are a volunteer, non-profit organization of individual area garden clubs, currently 16, with close to 1,000 members from all around the state of New Hampshire. In concert with New England Garden Clubs, Inc. and National Garden Clubs, Inc. , we work to educate the public on the benefits of gardening.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources and statewide networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic beautification and environmental responsibility.
The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. (NHFGC) was organized on May 23, 1933 and incorporated on January 13, 1964. We are a proud member of National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC) (www.gardenclub.org) which is the largest volunteer organization of its kind within the country with 5,000 member garden clubs and over 165,000 individual members within our 50 states. NGC coordinates the interests and activities of state and local garden clubs and provides ongoing resources, educational opportunities, and guidance for its members throughout the nation.
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The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs is divided into geographical districts, currently four (4), with each district being served by an elected Director who is a member of the Executive Board and serves as a liaison to each of the garden clubs within their district. Please refer to the map to view the garden clubs that have joined our organization to promote NHFGC’s goals and objectives, and to enjoy the networking and social interaction with like individuals who are interested in the various aspects of gardening and horticulture, floral design, ecology, the environment, etc.
Note: Our garden clubs are “area” garden clubs and welcome potential members from nearby towns or cities.
To find out more about our organization, our community outreach activities, etc. and/or how you join us, please contact our current Membership Chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Also, feel free to contact any of the clubs listed on the map that denotes our member clubs near you. Here’s a list of the Federated Garden Clubs in NH with a link to their website or Facebook page.
No garden club in your immediate area? Anyone can start up a new garden club quite easily with step-by-step assistance from the NHFGC Membership Chairman and the area’s District Director. Please contact us if you need any assistance in this regard or if you have any other questions about becoming a member of NHFGC.
The Lilac Letter is the official newsletter of the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs. It is published four times a year and mailed electronically to all our members. Each issue contains articles and photos depicting the activities of each of our member clubs, garden book reviews, horticulture tips, and a calendar of events keeping our members fully informed about their fellow garden clubs.
Registration forms for the NHFGC Fall Meeting on Sept. 29 and the NEGC Annual Meeting on Oct. 12-13 can be found in the Member’s Calender of Events after logging in.
Our Partnership with Amazon.com
Our organization has been fortunate to be accepted into the “Amazon Services LLC Associates Program”, or “Smile”, an affiliate program designed to provide a means for sites to earn fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. We are reimbursed a small percentage of the monies paid to Amazon by NHFGC members and others who order items from Amazon through our website.
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Remembering the 400th Anniversary of her Arrival in the New World – 1620
This Standard Flower Show was held August 27-28, 2021.
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Thirteen (13) NH floral designers entered the 2017 Boston Flower & Garden Show “Super Hero’s of the Garden” and many Top Awards were received ... several for the first time!
Please consider making a gift to the NH Federation of Garden Clubs as part of your estate planning. You will be supporting the gardening programs that are important to you and your community while helping to promote the NHFGC’s mission. (We are a registered 501(c)(3) organization.) Please contact our email@example.com for guidance.