The Charlotte Garden Club


What’s in store for you this year at the CGC?

Our exciting 2022-23 speaker series is here, gardeners. From September to April, we bring you published experts, acclaimed plant people and horticultural thought leaders to inspire your gardening dreams. We’re the largest and fastest-growing garden club in NC, for so many reasons!

All lectures held at Mint Museum Randolph; RSVPs required (members receive a RSVP link in monthly newsletters) to ensure a seat is saved for you.

Save your seat for another informative, fun year in the garden: JOIN HERE

To see the next event: CLICK HERE

WHO WE ARE: Warm and welcoming. Open to all. First-time gardeners to lifelong green thumbs and hort industry professionals. Glad to share advice, plants and gardens. We’re 96 years young and the largest garden club in Charlotte…for so many reasons!

WHAT WE DO: Hold monthly meetings featuring national speakers (free for members). Host a fabulous garden tour each spring. Explore local horticultural attractions and private gardens. Volunteer at McGill Rose Garden and the President James Polk Birthplace Kitchen Garden. Help new gardeners build confidence. Make new friends!

WHEN WE MEET: Monthly meetings are Monday nights, September through April, from 6 to 8:30 PM at Mint Museum Randolph, 2730 Randolph Road. Other events tend to be weekday evenings or weekends.

Established in 1926 by civic leader J.B. Ivey, our purpose is to expand the knowledge and love of gardening through educational programs and community projects under the direction of experts in horticulture and design.

Check out our upcoming meetings at the Mint Museum Randolph, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and become a member – we look forward to meeting you soon!

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