• Lombard Garden Club
    Make thy garden as fair as thou canst, Thou workest never alone;
    For he whose plot is next to thine may see it and mend his own.
    Mrs Albert Lampert, July 1926

Do you enjoy gardening?

  • Are you looking for ideas to enhance the beauty of your home?
  • Can you use tips on maintaining plants and trees?
  • Would you like to learn more about conservation and protecting the environment?
  • Are you interested in knowing more about floral design?

Consider attending one of our meetings that are free and open to the public. Every month expert speakers present informative programs on a number of gardening topics. Our daytime group host lectures and demonstrations of interest to the home gardener. Our evening horticulture group shares informal events in members’ homes and visits places of interest. Our members have been gardening for years and have a lot of experience to share.

During the summer we seek inspiration on our annual garden walk and day trip. Whether it is a trip to the botanical gardens or a favorite nursery, we enjoy a camaraderie based on our love of gardening and nature!

Lombard Garden Club

The Lombard Garden Club seeks to promote an interest in gardening and to beautify the landscape of our community!

Annual Lilac Sale

1st Thursday - Saturday in May
Lilacia Park - Lombard

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See our meeting schedule for
April, 2017 - April, 2018

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90th Anniversary Events

Front Yard Awards throughout Lombard
May - September, 2016

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Club News

"Butterfly Birthday”

Lori Stratlow Harris from Salt Creek Butterfly Farm presented a program at the Lombard Garden Club about Illinois Butterflies. She has written a children's book titled, "Butterfly Birthday,” about the life cycle of a Monarch. Copies can be purchased by going to...

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Victorian Brunch

Friday, December 16, the Lombard Garden Club met at the Westin Hotel to celebrate their final tribute to the 90 years they have been a helpful, active Lombard organization. President Cindy Ward announced that the club had awarded the Beautiful Front...

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controlling water use

Treating water as a precious resource that is not to be wasted was the subject of the January 22 Lombard Garden Club meeting/ Denise Sandoval from the Conservation Foundation presented ideas to the group on managing and controlling our water use.

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