Terra Nova Garden Club

The Garden Club of Edison, NJ

       Welcome to the Terra Nova Garden Club Website

Established in 1951

40 Active Members 2016- 2017

Member of

National Garden Clubs, Inc.

Central Atlantic Region

Garden Club of New Jersey

N. J. District 6 - Foothills


Due to a forecast of heavy weather, the annual plant sale has been postponed from May 13 to Saturday May 20.  See us at 8:00 a.m. at 50 Livingston Ave, Edison, for a great assortment of perennials, houseplants, shrubs and more. 


Terra Nova GC will award a $250 scholarship this June to a qualified high school student. Any student who is a resident of Edison and is graduating this Spring and will attend college in the Fall is eligible to apply. Students must have completed community service hours relating to gardening or a similar field. Students must demonstrate a significant interest in agriculture, horticulture, environment or ecology. Involvement in a leadership project is required. Deadline to apply is MAY 1, 2017.  The application form is short and easy to fill out, and is available upon request from this website.

Terra Nova Garden Club Membership

 There's still time to pay your dues.

 Dues have been raised to $30.00 for the year beginning June 1, 2017. Please make your check payable to the Terra Nova Garden Club and send to our Membership Chair asap. 

There are many reasons to join the Terra Nova Garden Club: among them, community service, personal satisfaction, and being able to talk to people about plants for hours. Really, our club is made up of friendly and generous members, who share information about gardening and flower arranging, and contribute in many ways to the community. We invite you to browse our website, and contact us if you are interested. You can contact us by filling out the form. We'll answer you.

NOTE:  change in meeting dates

The dates for our regular monthly meetings has changed since the yearbook was published. This website has the new dates shown in the CALENDAR. Please make note.

"A Different Kind of Bucket List" Project

Terra Nova members are filling a bucket with gardening tools, supplies and seeds