National Garden Clubs Publications
Children get in touch with the outdoors in Network with Nature, Frogs croak about the Environment in The Frightened Frog and a seed shares its journey to becoming a Jack‐O‐Lantern in The Saved Seed. Purchase these books for your kids, grandkids, school kids or local library by visiting our online store.Browse Books
Want to become a Flower Show Judge? Want to host a Flower Show? The Handbook for Flower Shows has it all ‐ learn the ins and outs of NGC Flower Shows including design styles, staging a show, judging guidelines and more by either purchasing a printed copy at our online store or by accessing the FREE revised digital version.Shop the Printed Flower Show Handbook
National Garden Clubs’ signature magazine is ﬁlled with information for gardeners, ﬂoral designers, environmentalists and more. For more details, and to subscribe to this free publication, see The National Gardener page.Learn More
News from National Garden Clubs Environmental, Gardening and Landscape Design Schools, Newscape provides information to students and consultants on school changes plus interesting and informative articles for all members. To view this free publication, visit Member Resources.Browse Newscape
Floral designers from across the globe share their designing skills every week in The Vision of Beauty. This desktop calendar is ﬁlled with ﬂoral and garden inspiration that is sure to motivate even the most reluctant designers.Shop 2023 Calendars
Learn new ﬂoral design styles, ﬁnd inspirations for installations and meetings ‐ all this and many other fascinating publications are waiting for you at Our Store or Member Resources.Browse Publications
Engage kids in your community with free NGC Youth publications! Playing outdoors is an important part of teaching our youth to love the world of nature. The Play Outside Activity Log records outdoor adventures. The Ecological Warriors Workbook encourages young environmentalists. The Pollinator Power Book teaches kids how bats, bees, butterflies, birds and other pollinators contribute to our growing world.