The Garden Club of Princeton

Founded in 1911

Founded in 1911, The Garden Club of Princeton is a charter member of The Garden Club of America, which was established two years later. The GCP's mission is to promote the knowledge and love of gardening; to support the activities initiated by The Garden Club of America; and to restore, improve, and protect the quality of our environment and the Princeton community. The Garden Club of Princeton is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

We enrich our community through conservation, civic projects, and service. Current projects include:


All Wars Memorial Park

Y.M.C.A. Garden

Butterfly Highway

Marquand Park Trees

Holiday arrangements for

Meals on Wheels

The Garden Club of Princeton gifted four Cornus florida ‘Appalachian Spring” Dogwoods to Marquand Park and Arboretum. Cornus florida, commonly known as flowering dogwood, is a small deciduous tree that typically grows 15-30’ tall and blooms in the spring. It arguably may be the most beautiful of the native American flowering trees.


https://www.marquandpark.org

in the community