Joliet Area Garden Club
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All club meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every month at the Barber  Oberwortmann Horticultural Center located at 227 North Gouger Road, about 1/2 mile north of Route 30. in Joliet, IL unless otherwise noted in the newsletter. 

At each meeting we have guest speakers who discuss all aspects of gardening at the homeowner level. 
The public is welcome at JAGC meetings and membership is open. Guests welcome -1st meeting no charge, second & beyond $2 guest fee. If you are interested in being coming a member, CLICK HERE for an application. Or if you would like simply join us at our next meeting.

Membership fee $20 annually for single membership, $25 for family membership. Exceptions to fee structure or meeting dates/locations will be noted in newsletter.

         JAGC Board Members...

Gina Jones, President

Linda Deiss, Vice-President          

Lynn Hossack, Secretary

Bev Scheidt, Treasurer

Barb Peterson, Program Chair           

Suzanne Campbell, Membership

Chris Blecker, Newsletter Editor


Jodi Little - website  


Barber and Oberwortmann
Horticulture Center

The Andrew B. Barber and Clarence D. Oberwortmann Horticultural Center is located adjacent to the Bird Haven Greenhouse in picturesque Pilcher Park.  Here's a video about the greenhouse. 


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Welcome to the Joliet Area Garden Club Website.

 Next Meeting is on September 8th.   

Harvest Time Chow Down (annual event at JAGC) and Frank Ibarra’s program on our friends the BEES! Did you know that every third bite of food we eat would not be available to us if it were not for the bees or other pollinators?!! If our foods had to be grown under a protective cover would they taste differently? Did you know that the bees use the clover in our yard? Come to this meeting and find out just how important they are to our survival!

Frank is a Will County Master Gardener and Bee Keeper. He has a pair of hives that operate like the most sophisticated cloverleaf intersection on the interstate! It’s fascinating to watch happy bees at work. How do you know when they’re happy? Come to the meeting to find out. 









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