​​Greensburg Garden Center

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951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg, PA  15601
(724) 837-0245
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The Greensburg Garden Center Is a nonprofit organization which leases space in the Greensburg Garden & Civic Center building.

​​ The Greensburg Garden & Civic Center is managed by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust.

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Objectives

Membership

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The Greensburg Garden Center was established in 1960 and continues today with an office, extensive horticulture library, workroom, storage area, garden house and garden.  
Surrounding the building we rent space in (Greensburg Garden and Civic Center) are 4 plus acres which include an arboretum planted in 1969.  
Currently GGC is working with The Westmoreland Trust, The McKenna Foundation, the city of Greensburg to refresh the arboretum with the ultimate goal of an extensive Arboretum Restoration.

 In addition GGC has a number of activities its members participate in throughout the year including May Mart, bus trips, workshops, garden speakers, garden tour, Christmas showcase home and others.  Members enjoy monthly short programs on varied horticulture topics at their monthly membership meetings.  And it goes without saying that the meetings are a great place to talk gardening!

Meetings:  

The first Tuesday of every month

except February and July

Time:        

11:00 am        

Place:        

Greensburg Garden and Civic Center Bldg

951 Old Salem Road

Greensburg, PA  15601

The Garden Center serves Westmoreland County and areas surrounding the region.  It operates a hub for four community garden organizations.

The Community organizations are:
  • Cheshamac Garden Club
  • Eastwood Village Garden Club
  • Greenridge Garden Club
  • Irwin Garden Club

About Us

  • to stimulate interest in horticulture,
  • to provide and disseminate all forms of garden knowledge,
  • to support community improvement,
  • to create public interest in the conservation of the environment and our natural resources
  • to render assistance annually through a scholarship fund to students continuing their education in fields related to our objectives. events​

In the early history of the Greensburg Garden Center the majority of members belonged through their local garden club. 


Now the majority of members are Associate Members and pay their dues directly to the GGC.  


Come join us for a meeting and see if we are the garden organization for you!