History

The Troy Garden Club was founded in 1971 and celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2016.  It is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Troy Garden Club is to bring together those who are interested in home gardening so that they may learn better horticultural practices, promote civic beauty, conserve natural resources, promote the purposes of the Michigan Division of the WNF&GA, as well as share their knowledge and experience with others.

Annual Garden Walk

Since 1975, the Troy Garden Club has organized and sponsored a July garden walk.  The event is the club's major annual fundraiser, whose purpose is to generate funds to support the horticultural endeavors of organizations and individuals.  You'll find more information on the Garden Walk page.

General Meetings

Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at noon, September through June, and include a light lunch.  Guests are welcome, but meetings in June and December are for members only.  The current guest fee is $7.00 per meeting.  Guests are encouraged to register in advance by sending an email to troygardenclub@me.com.  Our monthly meetings are held at the Big Beaver United Methodist Church, 3753 John R Rd., Troy, MI  48083 (approximately 3/10 mile north of Telly’s Nursery).

Programs

Speakers share their expertise and information on garden-related topics at monthly meetings.  Subjects have included landscape design, new and unique plant materials, container gardening, garden photography, attracting songbirds to the garden, herbs, bees, orchids, vines, horticulture in art, hummingbirds and gardening with children.  For 2017 monthly programs, please visit the Events page.

Benefits of Membership

Monthly meetings with speakers and lunch

A complimentary garden walk ticket

Opportunities to learn from experts and peers

Friendship with fellow gardeners

Field Trips

Herb Study Group

Horticultural crafts

For additional membership information and an application form, please click here.

Activities and Community Involvement

Please visit the Community Involvement page for an overview of activities in which members are involved.  View the Donations page to see a list of the many organizations we support.