Celebrating 80 years!
Celebrating 80 years!
Please read below regarding current COVID 19 Garden Club Information
Hello Garden Club Members,
This is to update you on Garden Club meetings and events affected by the current situation regarding the Covid-19 Virus fear.
Due to the abundance of caution regarding the current climate of things and the health and safety of our members and families, we are holding meetings, programs and special events through Zoom.
It is our hope that soon the threat will be behind us and we can all get together with confidence and look ahead to business as usual with the Garden Club of Inverness. We are a great group who share a lot of wonderful interests, outings and events.
If you have any question or concerns, please feel free to contact any of the Board members.
Our contact information is in our club book or
click the contact button below and send us an email.
Established in 1940, we are one of the oldest associations in the Village of Inverness. We are a community-based organization focused on educating members about gardening. We promote the preservation of native plants, trees and flowers and encourage beautification and environmental awareness, helping make the world around us a better place.
Club members volunteer to work in the garden at North Park. In the spring and fall, they tend to the garden by weeding, trimming, replanting and removing debris.
A former Garden Club of Inverness president, Arlene Cullen, is responsible for the Village obtaining the designation as a Tree City. A Garden Club member serves on the Inverness Tree Commission which plans Arbor Day and sets policies that enable the Village to hold that designation.
The Garden Club of Inverness is proud to have donated trees to the Village of Inverness and the Inverness Park District in past years.
The annual spring visit to St. Joseph's Home in Palatine is always a lot of fun. Club members help residents create silk floral arrangements which are used to brighten the residents' rooms or as gifts for their families and friends. All supplies are furnished by the Club. Cookies and punch are served for an enjoyable social time after the completion of the project.
For the May Mother's Day Tea, Club volunteers purchase and arrange 20 fresh flower arrangements for the event. A poinsettia and a lily plant are also donated as seasonal decorations for the St. Joseph's foyer.
Scholarships totaling $1,000 or more each are awarded annually to eligible area high school seniors and college students who major in horticulture or environmentally related studies. Since 2001, the Club has granted $81,000 in scholarships.
We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month September through November & January through April
Due to Covid-19 cold weather meetings will be via Zoom.
Business meeting: 10:30am
Social Time: 11:00am-11:30am
North Park in Inverness
300 North Highland (off of Palatine Road)
Are you passionate about gardening? Let us know. We always welcome new members. If you are interested come join us for a meeting!