The Charlotte Garden Club has a remarkable line up of landscape legends, horticultural heroes, and innovative florists to educate and entertain you this program year.

Our speakers are coming to you virtually this year via Zoom through April 2021.  Our esteemed presenters and their sought-after topics will resume in September, as we continue our 95-year legacy of outstanding educational, relevant and entertaining programs.

So stay engaged with us through April for the remainder of our fabulous, yet different-than-expected year!

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Ted Stephens – “New and Exciting Plants”

This month’s speaker, Ted Stephens, was recently mentioned in Fine Gardening magazine: “Fragrant tea olive (O. fragrans, Zones 8–11), also called sweet olive, is—no surprise—the most fragrant of all tea olives and blooms for the most extended period of time. Ted Stephens of Nurseries Caroliniana in North Augusta, South Carolina, …

Charlotte Garden Club 2021 Art in the Garden Tour

The roots of our 2021 Art in the Garden Tour (AIGT) are definitely a growin’! Co-chairs Mary Griggs and Patsy Reames - plus the AIGT Committee - are hard at work re-imagining our perennially-popular public garden tour canceled last year due to the pandemic. Here are highlights of our 100% …

Vinnie Simeone, Great Gardens of the World

Since 1998 I have had the pleasure to travel to some of the most breathtaking gardens in the world. The countries visited include Canada, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. This lecture provides detailed information on a wide variety of unusual and exotic species of plants, …

Potters Market at the Mint

Potters Market at the Mint Cautiously-optimistic, the Delhom Service League (DSL) of the Mint Museum looks forward to hosting the Potters Market on the lawn of Mint Museum-Randolph. DSL has supported NC ceramic artists through this event for decades. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Potters Market at the Mint, …