• Spring Bluebird Conservation Project
  • Garden club's first raised butterfly!
  • Blue Ribbon Dahlias from member's garden
  • Iris from member's garden


Message from the Bermuda Run Garden Club President

‘Flower Power…..From Bud to Full Bloom’

March, 2016

Dear Garden Club Member,

I can’t begin to express how excited and proud I am to be your president for 2016-17.  Our positive growth and accomplishments continue to amaze me – especially with each of us so willing to participate in the many club activities we undertake year-after-yBermuda Run Garden Clubear.

Promoting the love of gardening, floral design and horticulture enhances our civic and environmental responsibilities. As we work toward completion of our many annual projects, the successes we achieve will definitely benefit the community beyond our expectations. Our Club’s continued commitment to the community should make us very proud.

Our theme: “Flower Power… from bud to full bloom”  truly says how much we have grown, not only as a garden club, but also as individuals.  Flower power is much more than growing and maturing flowers and plants. They speak to us in a myriad of ways:  we wear them, decorate with them and give them as tokens of our love in happiness and in sadness. Flowers really do have a language of their own.

As a prominent garden club, we must create the atmosphere and spirit that will extend our legacy for this year and beyond. How blessed we are to be part of such a wonderful club.

Buddingly Yours,

Peggy Schuppert


BRGC 4x6 Original Watercolor Violet 100 dpi

Club Flower – Violet

“Violets – Gentle and Sweet – symbolizes promises kept”


Our Purpose

The purposes of this club are to promote interest, study, and practice in the various phases of gardening, landscaping and flower arranging and to promote education, conservation, restoration, and beautification of the community.

Membership- 39

Club Organized in June 1984

Club Federated September 1984

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