Crabapple - Flanders Botany Trail

Welcome to the Pomperaug Valley Garden Club!

The objectives of the Pomperaug Valley Garden Club in Woodbury, Connecticut, are to promote an interest in gardens, horticulture, floral and landscape design, to cooperate in the protection of wild flowers, trees and birds and to encourage public plantings, beautification and conservation.

We are a working club! Our members are responsible for many local beautification projects, including the installation and maintenance of plantings at many of the town’s parks and greens. Take a drive through town and chances are you will see the handiwork of dedicated garden club members! You may even see club members at work, sporting purple t-shirts, as they dig, plant, mulch, and more. Club members also maintain two award-winning sites at Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust: the Botany Wildflower Trail—established by club members in 1965 and continuously maintained ever since—and the Monarch Waystation, a habitat restoration project installed by the club in 2011 and expanded in 2015, part of a an international effort to save the endangered monarch butterfly. The club also sponsors monthly informational meetings and field trips, on topics from floral design to conservation and environmental issues.

Membership is open to those interested in participating in the implementation of these projects and objectives.  Contact our membership chairman for details.

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month, with the exceptions of January and August.  All meetings except the September General Meeting and the June garden tour are open to the public; guests are always welcome for a $5 fee.

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Tuesday, March 21 due to impending Nor'easter!

"Kalmia [Mountain Laurel] and Related Species"
Andy Brand, General Manager, Broken Arrow Nursery

Woodbury Senior/Community Center
(Club Business Meeting begins at 10 am; Presentation begins at 11 am)

Tuesday, April 11
“Herbs for Connecticut Gardens”
Fabienne Audette, owner of Nibbling Brook Gardens

Herb-themed Luncheon to Follow Presentation

10:00, Old Town Hall, 10 Mountain Road, Woodbury
(Business Meeting begins at 10 am; Speaker begins at 11 am)

*Guest fee of $10 includes luncheon. Please RSVP to if you plan to attend as a guest.

Save the Monarchs!

You can help save this magnificent species and their amazing migration -- plant native milkweed and nectar flowers for them!

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A Charter Member of the Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc.
A member of the National Garden Clubs, Inc.