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Long Hill Garden Club
Trumbull, CT
Founded and Federated 1941

Home: Service

2024-2025 Club dues are due by May 31, 2024, but new members

can join at any time!  

Make checks payable to LHGC

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Monthly meetings are held at the

Trumbull Library

33 Quality Street

11:30 a.m. -  2:00 p.m.

Come early at 11:00 to enjoy coffee, tea!

Artistic Design and Horticulture themes for the month

will be reviewed at each meeting 

The purpose of the Long Hill Garden Club is to encourage interest in all phases of gardening, the promotion of floral design, better horticultural practices, conservation of natural resources and interest in civic beauty.  We have over 70 members from area towns of Trumbull, Shelton, Monroe, Stratford, and Fairfield.

Club News

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Congratulations to Wesley Heights 
Healing Therapy and Senior Gardening

Congratulations to these hard-working members of the Wesley Heights Healing Therapy and Senior Gardening Project! They won an Award of Excellence from the Federated Garden Clubs of CT for providing programs that stimulate the senses of the residents of Wesley Heights.

Making A Difference

The Long Hill Garden Club is comprised of numerous members with unique skills and experiences who seek to work together to educate, conserve and share to improve our homes and community.  Here are a few of the ways club members share their gifts with others. 

Healing Therapy and Gardening

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The Healing Therapy and Gardening ELITE program works to educate students with intellectual or learning disabilities about gardening.  The Healing Therapy and Senior Gardening program at Wesley Heights is geared to senior citizens and offers various floral and horticulture related activities.

Conservation and Environment


The Conservation Committee seeks out projects to promote organic, native planting practices in our community as well as encouraging recycling and ecologically based programs.  Club members recently planted two certified Monarch Waystations in Trumbull. 

Random Acts of Kindness

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Offering "A small bouquet to brighten your day," this altruistic project has one goal - to spread happiness and cheer!  Club members create small floral bouquets and give them to unsuspecting individuals in Trumbull and surrounding communities. 

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow." 
Audrey Hepburn 

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