Youth Garden Clubs

Dogwood District

Youth Team

Our youth team conducts many educational programs to help educate young people about the joys of nature, gardening, and the importance of conservation.

Get in touch with Trudy Rudert, the Youth Clubs Chairman for any inquiries.

You are only required to attend a minimum of five times per year and be sure to apply for our Youth Standard of Excellence Certificate!

 

Check out our 2023 Youth Award Winners.

 

Youth Garden Clubs

We are present in seven geographical districts, Azalea, Camellia, Dogwood, Laurel, Magnolia, Oleander, and Redbud, and they carry out all of our programs in the state of Georgia.

DISTRICT I - LAUREL

  • Arnold Mill Youth Garden Club (Sponsored by Trayletaah Garden Club)
  • Busy Bees (Sponsored by Magnolia Garden Club)
  • Growing Together (Sponsored by Mountain View Garden Club)

DISTRICT II - AZALEA

  • Boys and Girls Club (Sponsored by the Milledgeville Garden Club)
  • Growing Seeds of Downtown Academy (Sponsored by the Rose and Dahlia Garden Club)
  • Thomson Youth Garden Club (Sponsored by the Warrenton Garden Club)

DISTRICT III - OLEANDER

  • Appling County Elementary Clug (ACEC) (Sponsored by the Pine Forest Garden Club)
  • BES Garden Club (Sponsored by Brooklet Garden Club)
  • Odum Elementary Junior Garden Club (Sponsored by the Odum Garden Cllub)
  • Stilson Elementary Garden Club (Sponsored by Brooklet Garden Club)
  • SPS Tiny Tiger Garden Club (Sponsored by Swainsboro Garden Club)

DISTRICT IV - CAMELLIA

  • Hillcrest Elementary LEAP School Garden Club (Sponsored by Green Acres Garden Club)
  • Tiftarea Jr. Gardeners (Sponsored by Magnolia Garden Club)

DISTRICT V - MAGNOLIA

  • None

DISTRICT VI - DOGWOOD

  • Norcross Youth Earth Team (NET) (Sponsored by Norcross Garden Club)
  • Mary Hall Freedom House Gardeners (Sponsored by the Spalding Garden Club)
  • Tiger Lily Garden Club (Sponsored by the Iris Garden Club)

DISTRICT VII - REDBUD

  • Bluebells Junior Garden Club (Sponsored by Conyers Garden Club)