If you love gardening, or just want to enjoy an evening of wonderful conversation and friendship, please come join us at our next meeting. We look forward to meeting you! We have a lot of amazing things going on here at the O'Fallon MO Garden Club! We encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest information. If you have any questions, please reach out to us via the contact inormation at the bottom of the page.
Our Mission Statement
The objectives of this club are to encourage the study of, and promote an interest in gardening among amateurs, and to work toward the ultimate goals of beautification and environmental awareness throughout our community.
Our Community Projects
Butterfly Garden Outdoor Classroom Monarch Waystation at Twin Chimneys Elementary School, 7396 Twin Chimneys Blvd., O'Fallon, MO. Chairman: Paula. Our members maintain a butterfly garden for the educational benefits and enjoyment of school students and staff. Provides habitat for native butterflies and promotes the FCGN goal of inspiring children to love gardening!
Blue Star Memorial Highway Marker at the VFW Post 5077, 8500 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, O'Fallon, MO. Chairman: Judy Moran. Members participate in the beautification and maintenance of our Blue Star Memorial Highway Marker, promoting NGC goals and honoring our U.S.A. military.
Ft. Zumwalt Park Pioneer Pollinators Herb Garden at 1000 Jessup Dr., O'Fallon, MO. Chairman: Theresa Williams. Members work with the City of O'Fallon to design, install, and maintain a pioneer herb garden promoting the NGC objectives of education and beautifying our community, and providing a habitat for native pollinators. We provide a brochure, at the site, during the City of O'Fallon's Founders Day Event to educate visitors about the historical uses for herbs in the 1800s.
Salvation Army Garden of Hope at 1 William Booth Dr., O'Fallon, MO. Chairman: Patricia Richards. Members maintain a garden of native and nectar plants to attract butterflies, birds, and pollinators and to give inspiration and hope to the residents of our local homeless shelter.
Blue Star Marker
Pioneer Herb Garden
Garden of Hope
Wanted to say thank to all our friends and the community for making our first Plant America Garden Club Expo a success. The attendance was awesome. Thanks to all the club members and vendors that donated their time, and supplies. The weather could have been more co operative, we did have to shut down early due to flooding. We received 3 grants that allowed us to have an exceptional event. Our children's area got many compliments. Wanted to share some special participants pictures with you. More photos on our gallery page.