The Camelot Garden Club is a non-profit organization established in 1965. We welcome all gardening enthusiasts. Visitors and new members are invited to attend monthly programs, with informative speakers as well as our many scheduled events throughout the year.
Garden Club Members – we have a new way to connect!
Due to the coronavirus and Gov. Northrop’s stay-at-home order until June 10, we can no longer meet for our garden club meetings at the Camelot Elementary School.
We now have a new online group called Groups.io. It’s an easy way for all of our members to communicate and collaborate by email. We’ll share information about plants to give away, plants that we’d like to have in our gardens and much more.
If you haven’t received an email invitation to join the group, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Pollinator Garden
Camelot Elementary School has a new pollinator garden thanks to the efforts of our lead Kristina and garden club volunteers. The students loved planting the garden and will continue to maintain it over the school year. All of the plants were chosen to provide food and shelter for pollinators, birds and wildlife. The National Wildlife Federation has designated the school as a Certified Schoolyard Habitat.
Camelot Garden Club, Annandale, VA.