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. 
The Conservation page has recipes for planet friendly cleaning supplies
Garden Calendar 
Happy New Year, visit this page to keep your garden in shape.

Historic Garden Week will be here before you know it. Visit HGW page now and you can order your tickets via the link on the page. It is a Great Tour in Orange this year From Pastures to Parterres ... Historic Spotswood Trail, Orange County. 
President. The Rev. Mary Beth Wells
Vice President: Mrs. James Holladay

Club Address: 
P. O. Box 1017, Orange,VA 22960

​ for The Garden Club of Virginia and for The Garden Club of America
Contact us by email at:
New pictures of arrangements and GCV 76th Rose Show pictures on the 
Photo Gallery page, we hope you enjoy them. 
The Threat to Pollinators: What Farmers and Gardeners Can Do
Free public conservation lecture sponsored by the Dolley Madison Garden Club
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 (2pm – 3pm)
Stonefire Station, 5361 Spotswood Trail, Barboursville, VA 22923
Can you imagine life without tomatoes, corn or roses? Bats, hummingbirds, ants, beetles, wasps, butterflies, moths, flies and even lizards are "busy as bees" each spring and summer pollinating fruits, vegetables, flowers. In fact, more than 100,000 invertebrate species as well as 1,035 species of vertebrates, including birds, mammals, and reptiles, all help pollinate the plants we depend on. Join the Dolley Madison Garden Club for this free public lecture to learn how you can protect these essential members of our ecosystem.