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New Mexico Garden Clubs, Inc.

Land of Enchantment 
Fall Board Meeting
  • Oct 29 & 30, Albuquerque
  • See Members Only for registration
  • Early Package: Postmark on or before 10/15/15
  • Special Room Rate Deadline: 10/1/15

Angel Fire Garden Tour
Click above to view photos from Angel Fire's Annual Garden Tour, which took place July 18.

Congratulations to Shirley Tetreault
A Tea was given for Shirley Tetreault on June 24 in honor of her position as National Garden Clubs' Recording Secretary.

NMGC Presidents: Colleen Hinker (2007-2009), Isabel Olsen (2013-2015), Shirley Tetreault (2009-2013), Suzy Andrego (CURRENT 2015-2017) and MaryAnn Moreno (1997-1999). Click on photo to enlarge.

Congratulations to
Summit Garden Club

for being awarded a set of AMES tools. Click here to read Summit's involvement, and click here to learn more about NGC's partnership with The AMES Companies, Inc. and the application process.

Members of Summit Garden Club maintaining the gardens at Bandelier National Monument. Click on photo to enlarge.

Mark your calendars
  • Dist I Fall Board Mtg
    October 7, ABQ
  • Dist II Fall Board Mtg
    October 13, Los Alamos
  • Dist III Fall Board Mtg
    October 15, Las Vegas
  • Dist IV Fall Board Mtg
    October 8, Silver City
  • Dist V Fall Board Mtg
    October 6, Ruidoso
  • NMGC Fall Board Mtg
    October 29 & 30, ABQ
  • NMGC Annual Convention
    Mar 30, 31 & Apr 1, 2016
    Ruidoso

Article deadline for the New Mexico Gardener is February 1, 2016.

Clubs and Members...
Promote Gardening!

NMGC's new brochure is available in Members Only. Please print and distribute as needed. Click here to see our full calendar...


Hondo Canyon
Welcome to New Mexico Garden Clubs, Inc.

President 2015-2017: Suzy Andrego, installed March 26, 2015.
Theme: "Planting Seeds for Our Future"
Official Publication: New Mexico Gardener

New Mexico Gardener Fall 2015 issue is available in Members Only.

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Whether you are someone interested in finding out about our Organization or a current member looking for information, we hope you find what you need. If not, leave your email address and questions for us and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Our organization was federated in 1950. Today, we have 27 clubs and over 500 members actively working to support the aims and goals of National Garden Clubs, Inc. with whom we are affiliated. New Mexico is not all desert! We have high mountains, mesa lands, beautiful rivers, high plains and salt flats. Within these valleys and sitting on the high mountains we have members bringing beauty to their communities, and making friends wherever they go!

Our projects include ecological concerns also, such as, providing gardens for wildlife, birds, and butterflies, conserving water, litter control, and roadside plantings. We honor our service people and veterans by dedicating Blue Star Memorials. We help Habitat for Humanity recipients beautify their gardens. And another important part of our goals includes education. Flower Shows, Garden Tours, and other programs enlighten both members and guests. We work also with other institutions to make our communities better places to live.

Whether you wish to know more about gardening in New Mexico, want to make new friends, or beautify your community, just contact us. We'll get you the answers with a smile!


NMGC, Inc. is a Member of National Garden Clubs, Inc.
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Photo: NGC's Smokey Bear/Woodsy Owl Chairman (left) with her mother,
NMGC's Woodsy Owl (right), during NGC's Spring 2015 Convention in Louisville, KY.

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Website Updated August 26, 2015