Dolley Madison Garden Club Inc.

​Organized in November 1919
​Welcome to the Dolley Madison Garden Club website.
The Dolley Madison Garden Club is a charitable and
educational organization with four primary objectives

-To promote gardening and advance horticulture
-To encourage conservation of natural resources
-To promote civic planting and roadside beautification
-To restore and preserve historic gardens

Admitted to the Garden Club of Virginia (GCV) in 1920 and 
admitted to the Garden Club of America (GCA) in 1922, 
the Dolley Madison Garden Club also seeks to support the goals 
of these similar but larger organizations. 
 Dolley Madison Garden Club Members please visit the Member Calendar page for reminders and dates for your diary. If you have forgotten your password please email administrator at info@dolleymadisongardenclub.org
President. Gail Babnew
Vice President: Annie Vanderwarker

Club Address: 
P. O. Box 1017, Orange,VA 22960
​  www.gcvirginia.org for The Garden Club of Virginia and
 www.gcamerica.org for The Garden Club of America
Contact us by email at: info@dolleymadisongardenclub.org

 10 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO RECYCLE ON THE  Conservation Forum page
 Conservation tips for 100 ways to save energy....
​The sale of plastic bottles is banned in San Fransisco!! Hurrah

 GardenCalendar  
MAY gardening is here. Let's hope the weather picks up next week Have fun.


 HORTICULTURE NEWS PAGE FOR INFORMATION ON BOXWOOD BLIGHT and more monthly tips for May.
Keep up with Dolley Madison Garden club on the DMGC Monthly News page.
82nd GCV Daffodil Show, news from Dolley Madison entrants and pictures
A Garden Grows in Space!!! Our Club flower no less. Click the link for this amazing article. 

http://www.space.com/31658-zinnia-flowers-bloom-in-space-photo.html
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who visited. 
Our Historic Garden Week page 
 has the wonderful arrangements that were 
at the properties on the tour. 
Thank you to all those who attended the Conservation Forum held in May at Montpelier. We always appreciate community support and are more than pleased when our Forums provide information and a fun afternoon. Our thanks go to Colston Burrell for his very interesting program, our flower arrangers for their amazing demonstration and kudos to the ladies from the horticulture committee preparing and manning the Montpelier Japanese Maple sale. 
Pictures posted here

The ALWAYS enthusiastic ladies of the Dolley Madison Garden Club!