To highlight the vital social, cultural and economic impact of landscape design, The Fairfield Garden Club has documented and supported the preservation of historically and culturally significant gardens of both our own members and those of our community. Over time, many important gardens have been lost, but we are fortunate to have visual records of some of the exquisite gardens created by our members. They continue to inspire us.
A Passion for Fairfield
We are proud that some of our members’ gardens have been documented for preservation, research and the benefit of the public in the Smithsonian Museum’s Archives of American Gardens.
Sharing our gardens with others has been a Club custom since The Fairfield Garden Clubs’s inception. Club archives trace member participation in GCA Zone II open garden tours as far back as 1923.