Welcome to the Gardeners of Central Lake County, Illinois. We are a group of gardening enthusiasts that meet once a month to learn more about plants and general gardening techniques.
Join us at an upcoming meeting or activity. We look forward to sharing our passion of gardening with others.
Libertyville's Mayor Terry Weppler, Andy Plasz and others at annual spring clean up of the Cook Park Rose Garden. Thank you all for your hard work!
Not a club member yet? Join in the fun...download a membership form here and bring the completed form with payment to our next meeting.
Registration now available for community garden plots to grow your own vegetables. Register online today at www.libertyville/libertyvillegardens or at the Park and Recreational offices. For more details see our Libertyville Gardens web page HERE. Join us for another incredible gardening season.
Saturday, March 14 10AM-2PM GREEN LIVING FAIR
We'll be sharing green living and general gardening tips at the annual
"Green Living Fair", Saturday, March 14, Civic Center in downtown
Libertyville. Stop by our club display to learn more about composting,
gardening and our garden club activities. There will be other educational,
resource and recycling opportunities. Be green this year!
LOCATION: Libertyville Civic Center, 135 W.
Church Street, Libertyville
Saturday, May 9 8:30 - 11AM ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Come celebrate spring and the beginning of a new gardening season with us. We'll be holding our annual plant sale on Saturday, May 9 from 8:30 - 11AM. Sale will be held at the Crawford Warming House, 817 W. Lake Street in Libertyville. Offering beautiful, healthy, local plants for sun or shade - choose from a variety of mature perennials, herbs, vegetables, ground covers and more dug from members' gardens. Expect great prices, plentiful parking but come early for the best selection.
LOCATION: Crawford Warming House, 817 W. Lake Street, Libertyville
Monday, April 13 7PM MONTHLY MEMBER MEETING
All are welcome as we hear from guest speaker Pat Miller with a presentation entitled "Monarch Watch: Education, Conservation and Research." You will leave with more knowledge about how you can make a difference in bringing back monarch's into your natural habitat.
CrossLife Church, Corner of Garfield and Austin in Libertyville