Founded in 1942, the Garden Club of Hunterdon Hills is open to people who are interested in gardening, sharing their knowledge of plants and horticulture, participating in garden outings, and helping to beautify Hunterdon County, New Jersey.  We also raise money for student scholarships and volunteer to clean up and preserve the charming landscapes of Hunterdon County.  Our meetings are the fourth Wednesday of each month beginning at 9:30 for coffee with a program scheduled afterwards.  Join us at the High Bridge Rescue Squad building at 95 West Main St. (Route 513), High Bridge, NJ 08829.


~ Stimulate interest in gardening and the artistic use of plant materials

~ Furnish information on subjects relating to gardening

~ Further the horticultural beauty and development of our community

~ Aid in the protection of wildflowers and birds

~ Aid in the conservation of our natural resources


Regular meetings are usually held on the fourth Wednesday of each month, excluding July and August. Board meetings are held as needed, at the request of the President.

A canditate for active membership who attends three general meetings within six months will then be considered for membership based on a vote by the Governing Board. For full details, click here.


Regular Member: $40.00

Associate Member: $45.00

GCNJ Life Member: $150.00

Payable to “Garden Club of Hunterdon Hills” by March 30th. Invoices will not be mailed.


~ New! Military Family Recognition: Recognizing parents of local active military by members delivering flowers.

~ High Bridge Rescue Squad: Members maintain the garden at the High Bridge Rescue Squad building.

~ Garden Therapy: Garden Therapy members design fresh flower arrangements monthly and distribute them to the elderly or disabled through Meals-On-Wheels. Committee members meet at the Church of the Holy Spirit on Haytown Road in Lebanon. Approximately 70 arrangements are made monthly for a ten month period.

~ Doric House: Members make holiday trimmings and decorate an assigned room at the historic Doric House in Flemington, NJ. The rooms are judged by the public.

~ Arbor Day Tree Planting: Members select a site and tree to plant in observance of Arbor Day.

~ Members will make holiday trimmings and decorate the outside of the Flemington Court House.

~Biennial House & Garden Tour: The Club will coordinate with the Tewksbury Historical Society for
a joint biennial House & Garden Tour. Next tour is slated for 2019.

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