Our Purpose

To further, in every way, interest in gardening and kindred subjects and to cooperate with all programs for the improvement in planting, conservation, environment and beautification of our island.

The Club supports many out-reach programs, local environmental organizations, scholarship programs, and services through the monies raised by our annual Holiday Tour of Homes.

Professional speakers present programs throughout the year on floral design, horticulture, environmental issues and garden-related topics.

Membership meetings are held the second Thursday of every month, September through May excluding December.

Interested in joining our club? You must have a residence on Long Beach Island or Stafford Township. Ask one of our members about attending a meeting or go to the “Contact Us” tab to complete the Contact Form.

Edith Duff Gwinn Gardens 50th Anniversary

Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Edith Duff Gwinn Gardens on Monday October 15, 2018, from 11am—1pm at the Gardens in Barnegat Light. Refreshments will, of course, be served.

Edith Duff Gwinn Gardens 1968
Edith Duff Gwinn Gardens 2018

For a photo retrospective of the Gardens, click here.

October 2018 Meeting

Photos: Jeannette Michelson

Our festive House Tour ticket sellers from left to right seated are Ellie Ehnot, Mary Jane DeBenedictis, Carol Stracensky, Joan FitzSimmons. Standing , left to right, are Pat Powers, Lil Orrico and Gerry Rosone.With just two months until the 2018 Holiday Tour of Homes, our ticket sellers were kept busy at the October meeting. The meeting was very well attended including 13 guests. A very informative presentation was given by Vinnie Turner, a biologist with the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, on the Cedar Bonnet Island Restoration project.



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