"Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, and working together is progress."
In order to cultivate gardens in urban areas, the vision of leaders is necessary. That vision emerges through innovators who are able to motivate others to learn and grow healthy gardens, healthy people and healthy neighborhoods throughout Baltimore City.
Improving on the norm takes this kind of vision, motivation, hard work and commitment to stimulate such growth. Let’s commit to making that leadership evident in our Baltimore City communities by planting sustainable gardens that will feed us both physically and spiritually.
Our pollinators are in danger. Our children are in danger. Our way of life is in danger. Please join us in increasing our odds by planting much-needed gardens to influence our ecological resiliency.
Whether you’re interested in wildlife gardens, serenity gardens, gardens on rooftops, in backyards or neighborhood spaces, we can help you learn to make those dreams come true. Garden Clubs are volunteer organizations consisting of visionary leaders that promote the love of gardening through education and good old fashion hard work. Take a stance in your community and lead by example. Plant a garden. Let’s do it together! Join us today.
Lillian "Bunny" Burnett
Baltimore City Garden Clubs
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Lillian "Bunny" Burnett- District IV Director
CLICK HERE for easy steps to make your purchase of bulbs, plants, tools, books and other gardening accessories benefit the funding of District IV's grants and projects.
District IV has adopted an exciting new project entitled Little Leaves. To find out how your garden club can help, please contact ALICE HUBBARD or Kate Blom at the Rawlings Conservatory 410-396-0008.
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CLICK HERE to thank the ForWinAsh Garden Club volunteers who participated in Little Leaves at the Rawlings Conservatory, January 19, 2017.
Karin Marie Kendrick, President, FWAGC