The Garden County!
The Sundial Garden Club meets in Hillsdale NJ.
The Sundial Garden Club began more than 90 years ago in Hillsdale NJ. The club was organized with the intentions of stimulating interest in cooperative gardening, beautification of home towns, the advancement of gardening, protection of birds, and the conservation of trees, wildflowers, and forests to help "make Bergen the Garden County of the Garden State."
Sundial is the oldest garden club in the Pascack Valley in continuous existence. We honor our past members and their unique contributions.
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Please join us at our monthly meetings listed on the Events Calendar.
Welcome to the Sundial Garden Club
Welcome to all new and returning members of the club and new visitors. The Sundial Garden Club is the primary garden club of Hillsdale, Park Ridge, Woodcliff Lake, and surrounding towns. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in gardening. Our meetings are open to the public. We provide opportunities to hear lectures on gardening topics, help support several public gardens, attend field trips, participate in community service projects, and share experiences with others of similar interests. Feel free to join us at one of our listed programs.
We hope you find our web pages interesting and informative. We have monthly meetings with guest speakers, discussions, or garden craft projects. Our annual plant sale is a major event that is held every May. Please join us and share your gardening expertise or learn from experienced gardeners. Either way we are an active group of people with a shared interest and an opportunity to make lasting friendships. We look forward to seeing you at our meetings. and events.
Upcoming Meetings and Events
Members please note:
Your dues for the next year are due now. They are $16/person per year. You can send a check payable to Sundial GC and mail it to Inge Langer, 59 Kinderkamack Road, Park Ridge, NJ. 07656.
Note: All meetings will be held in the downstairs meeting room at the Hillsdale Public Library.
Monday, October 3 at 7pm
Lourdes Osorio, creator of the Native Plant Channel on YouTube and curator of the native plant garden at Laurelwood Arboretum and educator will present
Going Native Without Feeding Bambi -
designing with deer-resistant plants.
Monday, November 7 at 4pm
Mary Jo Sichak will present
The Art, History, and Benefits of Indoor
We wish everyone a happy holiday season.