City of Brownsboro Village

Garden Club

“When you find something you love, be sure to share it!”

The Brownsboro Village Garden Club is a group of residents who share a love of nature and gardening. The objective of the Brownsboro Village Gardening Club is to restore, improve and protect the quality of the environment in Brownsboro Village thru education and action in conservation and civic improvement.

There are so many reasons to join:

  • To learn something new
  • To benefit the community
  • To participate in club events
  • To soothe your soul
  • To stay active
  • To unite people of all ages

Membership is open to all residents of Brownsboro Village.

Commissioner Maryellen Howley and Shannon Miller are the organizers as of July 2023.

Our primary focus is on education.  Based on the concepts highlighted in the book, “Nature’s Best Hope” by Douglas Tallamy, we believe that we can help save the world in our own yards!

Our purpose is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, learning from one another and from experts we will invite to speak. Practical hands on activities, swapping plants and cuttings will enhance our pollinator gardens – feeding our butterflies, bees and birds.


Pollinator Party

was the beginning of our Garden Club on June 24th 2023 – tour of ten Village gardens. 
There were 51 participants and 6 children.


August 17th, 2023

June Sandercock spoke on pollinator plants and the value of native plants referring to Doug Tallamy, author of “Nature’s Best Hope”in Maryellen’s Garden. Thank you.

September 28, 2023

Thank you to Margaret for hosting us in her garden, home of a magnificent maple tree. Mary Wheatley, President of the Master Gardeners, was the speaker.

October 26, 2023

Thank you to Jessica for hosting this meeting where we introduced our Village arborist, Caroline Westfall and Shannon introduced us to KEYSTONE PLANTS. We shared some perennials from our gardens.

November 30,2023

Thank you to Ann for hosting this meeting to celebrate our Garden Club.