The Garden Club Federation Of Massachusetts offers a variety of courses:
Environmental Studies School covers all aspects of environmental issues.
Flower Show School is a complete program for growing, showing and judging horticulture and design.
Gardening Study School presents basic garden information by specialists in the field.
Landscape Design School is a comprehensive overview of landscape design and its history.
All courses are accredited and taught by National Garden Club approved instructors.
Upon successful completion of two courses, you may become a provisional member of Landscape Design Critics Council, Gardening Study Council, or an Environmental Studies Council. After completing three courses of Flower Show School successfully, you become a Student Judge and a provisional member of Judges' Council. After passing all of the proscribed courses in a subject area, you become a full member of these study groups.
L-R: Bonnie Rosenthall, LFGC member and former GCFM President; Suzanne McCance, former GCFM President; Ann Webster, LFGC member and former GCFM Treasurer.