The Long Hill Garden Club of Trumbull, Connecticut

Founded and Federated in 1941

2014 - 2015




The purpose of the Long Hill Garden Club is to encourage interest in all phases of gardening and promote better horticultural practices, civic beauty and conservation of natural resources.


Member of the:

The Federated Garden Clubs of CT., Inc.

National Garden Clubs, Inc

New England Region of National Garden Clubs, Inc.


Nancy Lenoce was honored for her work increasing our membership and her joyful influence on the workings of the garden club locally and on a state level, by giving her lifetime membership in the Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut

The club won many awards at the luncheon --- check it out

For those of you that have the ingredients and always wanted to make your own teamixtures, in a tea bag....go to If you do not have a herb garden go to a food store that sells dried herbs in bulk, and make your own tea mixtures. Next year we WILL expand our herb gardens and tea tasting experiences. Tea anyone?

Have added Colleen Plimpton's Deer Repellent Solution to Helpful Hints Page 3

Have added the dates for Flower Show, Garden and Environmental Studies Schools

These are GREAT opporttunities to learn from the experts



The flower on this page is the "Trumbull 200" Daylily, so designated in 1997 by hybridizer,

August Krupien,as part of Trumbull's 200th Anniversary celebration.

Designed by Art Works by dagny © 2004

Art work by Dagny

Photographs by Dagny Hassinger and Nancy Lenoce

Last modified on November 30, 2014 contact us


“Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience.
Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence.”
–Hal Borland

"Come sit with me in the garden, my friend

and look at all the lovely memories

we've made."


bee with clover

To make a Prairie, it takes a Clover and one Bee..... Helen Dickinson 1830-1886


Plant flowers, Herbs and Vegetables for the bees and wasps---they are endangered,

and we NEED them

If you limit your actions in life to things that nobody can possibly find fault with, you will not do much.

quote from Lewis Carroll