Welcome

The Narberth Area Garden Club was formed in the summer of 2004 after a group of local gardeners attended the Narberth Library’s Garden Tour. Over strawberries and ice cream, talk of a “community of gardeners” spurred planning for a series of monthly programs that would provide valuable horticultural education, and even more importantly, provide a friendly forum for local gardening enthusiasts to get to know one one another.

The name chosen by the planning group, “Narberth Area Garden Club,” respects the seed planted in front of the Narberth Library and encourages community by reaching across municipal boundaries.

A beautiful Monarch at the butterfly garden maintained jointly by Narberth Area Garden Club and N.I.C.E.  The garden is a certified Monarch Waystation—a natural  habitat designed to give Monarchs a place to refuel during their annual migration.

A beautiful Monarch at the butterfly garden maintained jointly by Narberth Area Garden Club and N.I.C.E. The garden is a certified Monarch Waystation. For more information, see the Butterfly Garden tab.