Goals of our Club
- To stimulate an appreciation of plants.
- Aid in the improvement of home gardening.
- Encourage civic planting.
- Promote the artistic use of flowers in the home.
- Provide a scholarship to a Mount Laurel resident who is a member of the current graduating class.
- Develop an awareness of and concern for environmental problems.
If you have a love of gardening, flower arranging or horticulture, the Mount Laurel Garden Club is a fun and rewarding organization to join. The club offers the opportunity to share your talent, make new friends, get horticulture information from professionals, participate in workshops and get involved with community projtects. Membership is open to both residents and non-residents of the Township.
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2017- 2018 Officers
President - Sue DeNight
1st Vice President - Sue Beacher
2nd Vice President - Rose Milza
Treasurer - Joan O'Leary
Recording Secretary - Sue Hughson
Corresponding Sec - Irene Clarke
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For Burlington County, NJ it is 609-265-5050 Mon-Fri - 9am-12noon EST
"Member Recommended" List of Native Plants, by sun and by shade.
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Mount Laurel Garden Club, P.O. Box 21, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
The Mount Laurel Garden Club was organized in 1964, and is committed to civic and community projects.
Membership is open to both residents and non residents who are interested in horticulture and/or flower arranging. Active participation in club projects is required.
A beautfiul tree was planted for Arbor Day near Venterans Memorial in Laurel Acres Park.
Members planting annuals at the Mount Laurel Library.
This is the 911 site, located off Mt. Laurel Rd. The Mt. Laurel Garden Club 911 committee is doing an excellent job of maintaining this area. The new flag pole is solar powered so that it will be lighted.