FEATURED EVENT

No Neonicotinoids!

The GCA  has brought to our attention that some “Big Stores” have been selling Milkweed plants, the host plant for Monarch Butterfiles, that have been treated with systemic Neonicotinoids. This will kill caterpillars! Please, be aware and be on the lookout for tags placed in plants bosting of Neonicotinoids.

MISSION STATEMENT

The object of the Garden Club of Nashville is to promote interest in gardens, their design, culture and management, and to cooperate in the protection of wild flowers, native plants, trees, birds and in the interest of civic affairs. As a member club of The Garden Club of America, it is also our purpose to cooperate with the goals of The Garden Club of America.

 

 

HOWE GARDEN

The Garden Club of Nashville is delighted to announce the renovation of our beloved Howe Garden.   "Wildings" was originally moved from East Nashville in 1968 from the garden of the late Mrs. Harry A. Howe. Under the guidance of Page/Duke Landscape, the Howe Garden is getting a fresh face for

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Seedlings & Tidbits

2 Tennessee Cases Bring Coal’s Hidden Hazard to Light

Tatina Schlossberg reports in the New York Times on Sunday, April 15, 2017
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