FGCV has 17 clubs throughout the states with a membership of 797. The 17 clubs are divided into three districts: Northern, Central, and Southern with a District Director as head of each area.
FGCV is a member of the New England Garden Clubs, Inc, NEGC, one of eight districts across the country. The six New England states make up this district. FGCV members belong to NEGC as well as National Garden Clubs, Inc, NGC, a not-for-profit educational organization that has attained its status as the largest 501(c)(3) organization of its type in the world.
The Northern District includes Four Seasons GC in Newport, Seed and Weed GC in St. Johnsbury, Granite Center GC in Barre, Burlington GC in Burlington, St. Albans GC in St. Albans, and Covered Bridges in Montgomery Center.
The Central District includes Randolph GC in Randolph, Middlebury GC in Middlebury, Mountain Gardeners in the Mad River Valley, Rutland GC in Rutland, Springfield GC in Springfield.
The Southern District includes Brattleboro Floral Arts and Garden Club in Brattleboro, Newfane GC in Newfane, Green Mountain Gardeners in Londonderry, Manchester GC in Manchester, Arlington GC in Arlington, and Bennington GC in Bennington.
The Burlington Garden Club is designed to stimulate knowledge and appreciation of horticulture; aid in the protection of the natural environment; provide instruction in indoor gardening and floral design; and encourage and promote garden therapy, civic plantings, youth gardening and residential gardening.
Covered Bridges Garden Club is a garden club, horticultural program in Montgomery Center, VT, which was founded in 1976.
The Four Seasons Garden Club of Orleans County's purpose is to stimulate knowledge and a love of gardening; to aid in the protection of native trees, plants and birds; to encourage and to promote civic planting and the beautification of our homes.
Granite Center Garden Club is a member organization; we plant and maintain garden beds around the City and decorate the Spaulding library for holidays and events.
Our purpose is to…maintain and enhance the village green and streetscapes of the City of St. Albans in celebration of the importance of the aesthetic and environmental health of our community's most important cultural, historic, and economic gathering places.
One of the oldest garden clubs in Vermont, the Middlebury Garden Club was founded in 1933 by members of the local Women’s Club to pursue their interests in gardening, floral design, youth programs and flower shows as well as civic beautification.
The Mountain Gardeners are located in the Mad River Valley of
Vermont. Members are from the towns of Waitsfield, Warren,
Fayston, Moretown and South Duxbury. The Mountain Gardeners support educational and civic projects for both members and the community.
Organized in 1961, the Randolph Area Garden Club supports individual gardening interests and fellowship as well as civic beautification through garden design and maintenance in public areas of the town. Educational support is in the form of the club’s Randolph Garden Club Scholarship.
The purpose of the club is to provide a social framework for the sharing of information and ideas on gardening and floral design. Through community gardening, youth project and flower shows, the club helps to beautify the Rutland area and stimulate the public's interest in all phases of gardening.
The Springfield Garden Club is over 100 years old! The club's purpose is to provide a social framework for education and community service in the areas of gardening, beautification and conservation and to co-ordinate the activities of the club with those of the Federated Garden Club of Vermont in order to advance our mutual aims.
Founded in 1941, we are a group of Arlington area residents with a passion for gardening. According to our mission statement: the club provides education, resources, and opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening and floral design as well as civic and environmental responsibility.
The Bennington Garden Club's purpose is to promote and support horticulture, conservation and beautification within our community; and to educate members and others in the protection, preservation and enhancement of the natural environment.
Brattleboro Floral Arts
The Brattleboro Floral Arts and Garden Club meets to promote an interest in gardens, their design, and management, to educate members and the community in horticultural practices, to encourage participation in floral design and the allied arts, and more.
The Garden Club of Manchester was founded in 1920 with the simple mission to promote love for, interest in and knowledge of horticulture.
While the mission has stayed the same, the Club has grown in membership, from 10 to over 100.
Green Mountain Gardeners
The purpose of Green Mountain Gardeners in Weston and Londonderry is to make Horticulture and Conservation an increasingly important part of the lives of its members and of the communities in which they live.
The Newfane Garden Club is a member organization established in 1935 to stimulate interest in gardening, give mutual help in solving gardening problems, aid in the protection of trees, plants, birds, and scenic beauty, and work for the conservation of all natural resources.