Gardening touches everyone in some way. It can be beauty, color, solitude, food, memories, therapy, land value, exercise, to attract wildlife, or just the thrill of making something grow. ” ….Nancy Hargroves, president, National Garden Club.

The Camelot Garden Club was founded in December 1965 by fifteen enthusiastic gardeners. Early beautification efforts encouraged the sale of bulbs, ornamental trees, and over 600 Kwanzan cherry trees, some of which are still blooming in our community today.

The mission of the Club is to further members’ interest in and knowledge of gardening, horticulture, and flower design; to participate in civic beautification and to promote conservation and environmental education.

Club members volunteer in our community at the Leewood Healthcare Center, the Ronald McDonald House and the Camelot Community front entrance garden. Funds raised by the club are donated to worthy charities supporting the environment and educating everyone on ways to be better stewards of our natural resources.

Garden club meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month from September through May at 7:30pm at the Camelot Elementary School in Annandale VA.

Guests are welcome. Please contact us for information about the next upcoming meeting at camelotgardenclub@gmail.com

Affiliated with the National Garden Clubs, Inc. and the National Capital Area Garden Clubs, we provide educational resources to our members and support the beautification of our community through the maintenance of several gardens and through financial support to various civic organizations.

Click here to download Camelot Garden Club At-a-Glance for more info.

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