THE LOVELAND GARDEN CLUB
– est. 1994 –
The Loveland Garden Club (LGC) was organized and federated in October, 1994. Members of our club automatically become members of the Colorado Federation of Garden Clubs, the Northern Front Range District, the Rocky Mountain Region, and the National Garden Clubs. Because of these affiliations beyond our local club, there is a wealth of gardening information and resources for Colorado and all over America.
Each month we have educational programs to expand our knowledge base as Colorado gardeners and conservationists. You don’t need to be an accomplished gardener to join. Our members’ skill levels vary. Some have small container plantings on the patio while others are Colorado Master Gardeners. We learn from each other as we continue to adapt to the extraordinary and beautiful landscapes of Colorado.
Our community benefits from our fund raising efforts. We provide grants, scholarships, and memorial tree plantings. We also contribute to the upkeep of public garden areas in the Loveland, Colorado area.
Gardening in the Colorado Front Range can be challenging!
Wind, drought, deer, elk, snow and extreme temperature shifts are just a few of the obstacles we face. Join the Loveland Garden Club and learn how to make your garden GREAT!
MORE THINGS GROW IN THE GARDEN THAN THE GARDENER SOWS.
– Spanish Proverb
Education is an important part of the Loveland Garden Club’s mission. We have lectures on everything from roses to xeriscape. Our members enjoy visits to community gardens and so much more!
Learn more about the projects that the Club supports and the process to apply for a grant request.
Our blog is full of informative horticultural articles written by members of our club. Enjoy!