Huntingdon Valley Garden Club

Founded 1925



In 1925, Huntingdon Valley was open country with few houses and many rolling acres over which hunters frequently sought the crafty fox. While the landscape may have changed over the years, our club's purpose was and continues to be, “To increase the knowledge of horticulture and to stimulate the interest in gardening.” In April 1959, Huntingdon Valley Garden Club was honored by being elected to membership in the Garden Club of America.


Our club has a lengthy history of projects that we have continued to support over the decades. Major efforts in conservation and horticulture include: Christmas Wreath-making for Abington Memorial Hospital, maintaining gardens around the Pilgrim Statue located in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, planting Pennsylvania Turnpike planters at the Willow Grove interchange, and of course, The Philadelphia Flower Show.


The Huntingdon Valley Garden Club has preserved much of its original character. Huntingdon Valley Garden Club members wealth of experience and expertise is welcomed by others and shared with fellow members. Its members’ homes are inviting and provide a meeting place where women of different ages can meet with friends whom they enjoy, to join in a common interest; gardening.