A new club becomes affiliated with National Garden Clubs by joining the state garden club that is a member of National Garden Clubs. Visit the state garden club section to find the contact information for your state's membership application procedure.
These affiliations bring benefits like invitations to conferences and specially arranged tours and access to well-known speakers.
Network with Local Resources
After your club forms, make sure you introduce yourself to the community. Network with local resources like country extension agencies, colleges and universities and local nurseries and garden centers. Let others know what your club is all about and who can be contacted to answer questions or respond to inquiries. Find out what resources may be of benefit to the members of your club, and what your club can offer to others in the community.
Whether starting your own club, or joining one that is already established, you'll enjoy the encouragement you receive from others, learn better ways to beautify your environment and get acquainted with like-minded members of your community.