Be a garden enthusiast

The Gardeners of Central Lake County, Illinois are a group of gardening enthusiasts that meet once a month for community with other gardeners and to be inspired by outstanding local speakers. The club has been in existence since 1959. We are affiliated with Gardeners of America and American Horticulture Society.
Join us any time.
See our next gathering listed below or view our full calendar. Download a membership form. Guests are always welcome at our regular monthly member meetings.

For any information about our Garden Club contact: Cindy Julian
847-772-2186 cell

7:00 pm on the second Monday evening of most months.
Location:  CrossLife Evangelical Free Church
431 W. Austin Avenue, Libertyville, IL.

June 24 Garden Walk

garden walkThe self-guided walk will showcase 6 interesting and varied specialty residential gardens located in Libertyville, IL. Highlights of the gardens include interesting groupings of native perennials, wide assortment of trees and shrubs, lush containers, Japanese garden, vegetable gardens, shade gardens, and many more garden gems. Tour the gardens at your own leisure. Start at any garden. Rain or shine. A mini Native plant sale will be held at one of the homes on the walk.  Contact Cindy for any questions at 847-772-2186 or juliancindy@hotmail.com
10 am-2 pm
Click here for Map and Directions
Printable map: 2017 GARDEN WALK Print MAP

July 14  Annual Picnic
Old School Forest Preserve, Shelter D  5 pm
July 19-21  Gardeners of America National Convention, Cleveland
July 22  Community Gardens Open House & Tour
9-11 am
September 11  Mini Flower Show, Veggie Tasting
October 9 Growing Native Plants from Seed
by Lake County Forest Preserves
November 13 Pie Social
December 3 Holiday Party and Annual Dinner
St. Lawrence Episcopal Church
3 pm Setup, 4 pm reception and 5 pm dinner
Libertyville Gardens
LOCATION: 1200 American Way, Libertyville, directly behind The Chapel building. Park at the far northeast corner of parking lot.
July 22  Community Gardens Open House & Tour
9-11 am
In September community gardeners will enjoy the fresh produce from their garden lot. 

From the garden to table
From the garden to table