News and Events

News and Events:

October 1, 2018 – 5:30 pm through 7:30 pm:

5:30 – 7:30 pm

Celebrate the warmth and wonder of fall by creating a beautiful seasonal container garden to take home. Explore your creativity with our staff Horticulturist and a selection of seasonal plants. Plus, learn to forage in the garden for interesting textures and color to add a special creative touch to all of your container creations.

All you need to bring is your own beautiful container and we will provide the rest. 12″ containers would work best, but feel free to bring whatever size you can carry comfortably.

Tickets are $45 (and includes some “liquid inspiration”, wine or bubbles).
To purchase tickets, CLICK HERE.

Space is limited, so sign up soon.

For questions, contact

The Lynnwood Foundation, a nonprofit organization, preserves and protects the history of
The Duke Mansion by making it a place to be enjoyed as a historic inn and meeting place.
When you come to visit, you are supporting our mission.

For more information about The Duke Mansion, including how you can provide your support, visit our website by clicking HERE. The Duke Mansion is one of two distinct initiatives of The Lynnwood Foundation. To learn more about the other initiative, The Lee Institute, click HERE
Copyright © 2018, The Duke Mansion, All rights reserved.
400 Hermitage Road, Charlotte, NC, 28207

Only wholesale flower distributor open to the public. Offers floral design classes. More info at

Obituary – Beth Jackson – Life Member of the Charlotte Garden Club

Click here to view Obituary

April 28-29, 2018:

More information about Chapel Hill Event Here

April 11, 2018:

Register For Wing Haven Event Here

November 4, 2017:

The Dilworth Community Association would like to thank all the volunteers from the Charlotte Garden Club for their hard work on November 4, 2017. The Charlotte Garden Club provided manpower and numerous native plants to add to an area near Park Avenue and Park Rd. in Latta Park. If you would like more information or volunteer opportunities with the DCA, please e-mail Nancy Nicholson at

The Charlotte Garden Club which contributed plants and their enthusiastic labor as they installed.  Michael and Michelle Styers coordinated their effort.

Nancy wrote:The Charlotte Garden Club did amazing work Saturday, Nov. 4th, and obviously before, with our meetings, your acquiring plants, the compost drop off and more. On behalf of the Dilworth Community Association and our Latta Park volunteers, Ruth Ann and I thank you for your hard work, planning and expertise. We feel fortunate to have you as team members, and hope that volunteers from The Charlotte Garden Club will come back to join us again.
With appreciation,   Nancy

Please stay tuned for our next volunteer/planting day with the Charlotte Gardeners Club!