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Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of the month.
Most are held at 7:00 pm at the Salem United Church of Christ, 2312 Marietta Avenue, Rohrerstown, Pennsylvania.
Guests are welcome - Donation $5

Garden tours and special events are for members only and are not listed on the webpage.
Details of meetings, trips and tours can be found in the Club Newsletter, The Cultivator
, for members.



Re- Scheduled

Monday, March 20
Plants I Love
Scott Aker

Head of Horticulture and Education at the US National Arboretum , Washington, DC
 A list of personal favorites that is full of variety, natives and non-natives, annuals and perennials, trees, and shrubs.  Favorites are organized by season of interest and probably feature a fair number of plants you’ve never met before.
Most can be seen at the US. National Arboretum.

Monday, April 10
Why Not Roses?
Adam Glas

Longwood Professional Gardener Graduate, Head of Scott Arboretum's Rose Garden, Swarthmore College
Through breeding efforts, sustainable growing practices, and trials for pest and disease resistance, roses are ready for a renaissance.  Rose selections for lower maintenance, sustainable practices, and tips for maintaining your roses throughout the seasons will be highlighted.

Monday, May 8
Dan Benarcik

Horticulturist, Curator Chanticleer Gardens

Monday, June 12
Flora & Fauna of Fort Indiantown Gap
Ian Gardener


Monday, July 10
Essential Perennials
Ruth Rogers Clausen

Best Selling Author, National Speaker

Monday, September 11
Over Wintering Your Houseplants and Tropicals
Trey Pyfe
Owner of Little Brook Orchids

Monday, October 9
Festival of Garden Knowledge

Club Members

Monday, November 13
Fall Banquet
Your Landscapes Winter Wardrobe
Eva Monheim

Author, Master Floral Designer, Arborist, Professor Temple University and Longwood Gardens Instructor

Monday, December 11
Pruning, Best Cultivars, and Decorating with Conifers
Ginny Levy

Longwood Gardens Horticulturist and Instructor

The Lancaster County Garden Club (formerly Men's Garden Club, since 1934) of Lancaster, Pa
The purpose is to stimulate the knowledge of gardening,
aid in the protection of native trees, plants and birds, and promote such civic projects that will enhance the beauty and livability of our city and county.
PO Box 83, Millersville, PA 17551 Questions/Comments Contact the Webmaster