General Meetings are held on the second Friday of each month (unless otherwise stated), October through May, at 10.00am at the Horticultural Hall, Botanical Gardens, Paget.  Please browse our calendar for dates of upcoming meetings.  Meeting exhibits will be displayed on the Garden Club's Facebook page; if you do not subscribe to Facebook please scroll down to the foot of this page where entries to Facebook are shown.

Floral Art Workshops meet at 10am on the Saturday prior to the General Meeting.  See Floral Art page for schedule and exact dates.

Horticultural Division Workshops will be held throughout the Garden Club year, usually from 10am to 12noon, as weather permits.  Announcements will be made at the previous General Meeting and advertised on this website and our Facebook page.  Sign up for workshops at the General Meeting.

Conservation and Education - the role of Conservation and Education is to instruct and impart knowledge as well as assisting in maintaing and preserving the local environment.  To this end, events will be held throughout the Garden Club year.

Competitive Bench Exhibits

Flower & Foliage Bench & Fruit/Vegetable Bench exhibits may be placed on the bench between 1.00 and 4.30pm on the day before the General Meeting or between 8.00 and 8.45am SHARP on the day of the meeting.  Judging will begin at 9.00am

Floral Art exhibits to be staged on the day before each General Meeting from 1.00 to 5.00 pm. Judging starts between 5.15 and 5.30pm.

Photography Division exhibits to be submitted on the day before each General Meeting from 1.00pm to 4.00pm.  Exhibits can also be emailed - details on the Photography page.  Deadlines for submissions by email are posted on the Calendar.  Judging starts at 4.30pm

Plant Exchange Bench - members are encouraged to bring to the monthly General Meetings slips, seedlings plants and seeds to exchange with other members.

Please consult rules and information for all competitive entries:

Fruit & Vegetable, Flower and Plant Exchange Bench Rules

Helpful Hints on Grooming for the Flower Bench

Floral Art Rules

Floral Art Glossary

2017-18 Garden Club Photography Division Guidelines

Horticultural Hall - open the day prior to General Meetings from 1.00 pm until approximately 5.00 pm, unless otherwise noted.

Shop Supplies - notelets, Garden Club pins, gardening gloves, basic flower arranging mechanics, the Gardener's Guide, the Lemon Recipe Book and other items are available for sale on the morning of the General Meetings. Items subject to availability.

Library - in the office at Horticultural Hall, members are encouraged to use the magazines and books available on the mornings of the meetings, when courses are taking place and all other times by arrangement with the Library Committee Chairman.  A selection of periodicals will be available in the main hall on Friday mornings.  All books and periodicals may be borrowed but must be signed out in the lending book provided and promptly returned.

House and Gardens Programme - this is a fund-raising project of the Club held periodically.  By courtesy of members and friends, homes and gardens are open to the public.  Proceeds go towards horticultural related civic improvements and scholarships.

Garden Tours - are available on request

Membership - Go to the membership page for information and form

General Meeting Schedule: 2017-2018: October 13, November 10, December 8, January 12, February 9, March 9, April 13, May 11

2018-2019: October 12, November 9, December 14, January 11, February 8, March 8, April 12, May 10

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The Garden Club of Bermuda
P.O. Box HM 1141
Hamilton HM EX

Cindy Young, President,
Tel: 295 3661

Cindy Young, incoming Pres



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General Meetings are held on the second Friday of each month, October through May at 10.30 am - see website for address details and date confirmation. There are regular floral workshops, garden workshops, competitive bench exhibits and an annual fund-raising event.
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The Garden Club of Bermuda added 11 new photos — with Cindy Young and 4 others.Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 7:22am
The Garden Club of Bermuda celebrated a beautiful Christmas lunch at the Coral Beach Club today under glorious December skies overlooking the South Shore. Lots of fun, good food and comraderie, with a Palm weaving lesson from member Rosalie Davis. Merry Christmas everyone!
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The Garden Club of Bermuda added 42 new photos.Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 9:56am
The monthly meeting was held on December 8, 2017. There was the usual Floral Art, Fruit and Vegetable, Flower and Foliage benches, Photography competition, the Plant Exchange and the shop was opened along with refreshments for the members.
The speaker this month was Garden Club member Marguerite Clark from Demco Florist, who demonstrated six different
seasonal designs for your table and door, all with a Bermudian theme, using local foliage. Members will be inspired to
create their own designs at next week's workshop. After the meeting, members enjoyed a little Holiday cheer.
Mark your calendar for the next meeting, January 12th 2018
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The Garden Club of Bermuda shared Garden Answer's post.Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 9:11am
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The Garden Club of Bermuda shared Garden Answer's video.Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 4:12am
......and yet another wreath idea for Dec. 15th! Add some pretty balls and it would look fabulous on a cedar front door!
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DIY Baby's Breath Wreath ✨🌿 💜
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The Garden Club of Bermuda shared Darver House Nursery's post.Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 12:58am
OK ladies - get ready for Friday, Dec. 15th and your wreath/swag workshop - check these out - adornments like berries (Nandina/Duranta etc.), variegated greens as well as plain green, cinnamon sticks, bows, peppers, pinecones, dried orange slices, decorative wires etc. Think about what you want to do and start collecting!

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