New  Hampshire  Federation  of  Garden  Clubs Inc.
A Member of the National Garden Clubs, Inc.
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The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. (NHFGC) has been organized since May 23, 1933 and incorporated since January 13, 1964.
We are a Member of:
National Garden Clubs, Inc.
4401 Magnolia Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Telephone: (314) 776.7574
Fax: (314) 776.5108


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Click here to watch NGC's Membership Video

Click here to watch WMUR's coverage of  the Unveiling and Dedication of our Blue Star Memorial Marker at the NH State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH. 

Susan Miner
President  2019 - 2021
Theme: "New Hampshire Plants
 for Wildlife "

Mission Statement   The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources and statewide networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic beautification and environmental responsibility.

State meetings consist of an Annual Meeting in the spring and a Fall Meeting.
Awards are presented at these meetings.

The Lilac Letter is NHFGC's newsletter.
It is published four times a year and e-mailed to all Federation members.

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To view a history of the NHFGC, click here.

Are you interested in learning about the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. and its member garden clubs?

The New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.'s (NHFGC's) current membership consists of seventeen (17) area garden clubs with almost 1000 individual members.  The state is geographically divided into four (4) districts and each has a Director who was elected to represent them on the NHFGC Executive Board.  District Directors work very closely with their member garden clubs by providing assistance and guidance throughout the year.  They also work with individuals in their area who may be considering either joining NHFGC or starting a new garden club in their area.

For questions regarding membership in the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs or forming a new garden club, please contact our current Membership Chairperson at .

Also, feel free to contact any of the clubs listed on the adjacent map that denotes our member clubs near you.

For more information about the benefits of being part of a federated garden club, please click on this link:    Why Be Federated?

Find out where they are click map to the right

              List of NH Federated Garden Clubs with links to their website.

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Here are some useful links:

NH Gardening events Open to the Public 

Federated Garden Clubs in NH

Our Facebook page

Members Only Section log-in

National Garden Clubs, Inc (NGC)*
*To get further into these websites as Federation members, passwords can be found in our "Members Only" section.


New England Garden Clubs, Inc (NEGC)*

UNH Cooperative Extension

"Invasive Plants in NH - Alternatives
   & Control" by Ethan Belair

 - Notes from his presentation

More Links on Invasive Plants in NH

Invasive, Non-Native Species in NH

Endangered Species in NH

Friends of Bridges House

Garden Tours New England

NH Gardens to visit

NH Outdoor Clubs

Learn about Mason Bees at

The Valley Green Journal

New England Wildflower Society
 - Presentation by Dan Jaffe at 2016 Fall Meeting
 - Dan Jaffe's Handout "Plants for Pollinators"

Please consider making a gift to the NH Federation of Garden Clubs as part of your estate planning. You will be supporting the gardening programs that are important to you and your community while helping to promote the NHFGC's mission. (We are a registered 501(c)(3) organization.)  Please contact our for guidance.

Last update: June 05, 2019   Check back soon for updated information.