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Home gardening clubs are becoming the rage all over America and Europe. People share information and tips on gardening and gardening problems. Home gardening clubs will sometimes have a website but generally the information is only relevant to gardeners in a certain area. The home gardening club of America for example gives list of all the associated clubs and organizations. It also gives details of gardening competitions in different states and towns across the country. There is some information on different types of trees and why they grow where they do.

Generally speaking, home gardening clubs enable people who are interested in home gardening to meet together and exchange ideas. They may, for example, have guest speakers every now and then who will talk on their favorite plants or the best way to deal with garden pests. Often home gardening clubs operate as sharing ideas cooperatives where gardeners can discuss their gardening problems and the best ways of dealing with them. Some home gardening clubs will concentrate on a particular aspect of gardening such as how to have a healthy lawn. Others are more interested in the best way of growing unusual or tropical plants. Most home gardening clubs start off with a particular focus in mind. In an increasingly internet dominated age it is not unusual to find that many home gardening clubs operate their own websites. There are also some gardening clubs around that rely on forums and chat rooms for communication between members. This is extremely useful for those people who live in isolated areas or areas where home gardening is not particularly popular. It means that they can still meet with people of a like mind even if it is only in cyber space.

Home gardening clubs are an especially good thing for older people who are on their own and who like gardening. Sometimes clubs such as these are the only outside contact that they get and so home gardening clubs are not just about gardening but about providing companionship. It is always good if you have a problem and you can talk to people who are experiencing the same kinds of problems as you are. Things seem a lot easier to deal with if someone else has already dealt with a similar problem. So if members are having trouble with blight on their roses or too many unwanted pests and pollutants in a garden, they can get advice from others dealing with the same things. Home gardening clubs are a good way of learning about gardening while meeting new friends and having some fun together.