Youth Activities



Got a green thumb?  Sponsor a Youth Garden Club!  Get 5 school-age gardeners together,  
Have 5 meetings a year.  Click here for a step-by-step guide to starting your own youth club.

Register Your Club with the Garden Club of South Carolina, Inc.

Youth Garden Club Registration Form-Word

Youth Garden Club Registration Form-PDF 

Youth Photo Release Form


     Organization(Grade/Student#)                              Sponsoring Garden Club(District)

1)Early College High School  (9-11  /17)                   1)Riverland Terrace of James Island (ELC)

2)Girl Scouts “Sprouts”(K-7  /7)                                2)Seed and Weed (WLC)

3)YMCA After School(K-8   /36)                              3)Mountain Laurel (WPD)

4)Bishopville’s Little Sprouts (K-8 /14)                     4)Bishopville GC (ESD)

5)Lee County Career & TechCenter(9-12 /18          5)Bishopville GC (ESD)

6)ASC Adventure Preschool(Pre-K /20)                    6)Gardening on the Cay (EPD)

Existing Youth Garden Clubs

1)Riverside Elem School (4-5  /15)                             1) Driftwood Garden Club (CD)

2)Ocean Drive Elem   (K /30)                                     2) Yaupon Garden Club (CD)


GCSC Youth Contests

Girl Scout Patch

Earning the Girl Scout Patch.  Learn what garden clubs are all about. Visit with a garden club in your area or have a member of a club come to one of your meetings. Find out how they got started and what they do as a group. Ask how long the group has existed, and if there has been a change in their role in society from then to now. Learn about what the State Garden Club does in your state. Ask what youth programs they promote. Learn about the National Garden Clubs, Inc. and the South Atlantic Region, and how you can take part in their programs for the youth. It is our hope to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic and environmental responsibility in the youth of today.


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