Welcome! Our mission is "to create and promote interest in horticulture, floral and landscape design, and plant and bird life, and to encourage civic and environmental responsibility." To learn more about our club, visit our About section, or scroll down to see some of our exciting upcoming events!

Fallbrook Garden Club was established in 1931. Is a charter member of California Garden Clubs, Inc., a member of Pacific Region Garden Clubs, Inc., and National Garden Clubs, Inc.




Due to the impact of the recent COVID - 19, all of FGC’s meetings and events will be on Zoom. Check the Members Calendar for days and times.

Members: ALL MEMBERSHIP changes need to go to the MEMBERSHIP TEAM.


Members can now order Name Badges on the Members Only Menu

Zoom General Meetings with monthly Guest Speakers are on the Members Only Menu, 'Video' section. 

May's Guest Speaker will be Susan Liebes


Members, look in your email inbox on May 23 for the May 25 Zoom General Meeting invitation or click the invitation on the Member's calendar.


Members Zoom General Meetings

 Susan Liebes is Fallbrook Garden Club's Zoom General Meeting Guest Speaker for May 25

Novice or experienced garden enthusiasts, Susan Liebes is the person to go to for a wealth of knowledgeable guidance.

You are invited to ask your questions or get tips on gardening.


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Susan Liebes

California Native Plants Fallbrook Land Conservancy for the Home Garden

As Chairman of the Board for the Fallbrook Land Conservancy (FLC), Susan Liebes focuses her efforts on keeping our precious parks and preserves in pristine condition using native California plants.  She was also an active member of the Native Plant Restoration Team at FLC for over 9 years before becoming Chairman.  Helping to restore native habitat in the preserves. California native plants provide valuable wildlife habitat in Fallbrook.  They are also drought tolerant and low maintenance, what's not to like.  The preserves provide a great place to enjoy hiking and to learn about native Southern California plants, animals, and habitats. The preserves  host to hundreds of native mammal, bird, and reptile species and offer seasonal homes for migratory birds as well.   Susan Liebes has been gardening with native California plants for 20 years.  She has a BS in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Tech. Susan moved to Fallbrook in 2003 and quickly fell in love with the Southern California chaparral ecosystem.  Susan and her husband own a solar home on a property in Fallbrook where they grow native plants, veggies, herbs, succulents and chickens.

My name is Cheri Poulos and I am a new member to the Fallbrook Garden Club.

After moving to Bonsall in March of 2020, I knew at once that I would have my first real vegetable garden here.  Read more about my gardening adventures and steps to create your first vegetable garden.

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Steps to Create Your First Vegetable Garden

Seed Starter 101


Our community and our Garden Club Members have blooming plants with colorful flowers. We all love to share the beauty of our flowers and to see the success of other gardeners in this age of social media and creativity. Send your entries along with each plant's common name and your first name to [email protected].

The Fallbrook Garden Club is hosting a virtual garden harvest with recipes. To share harvested produce photos and plant-based recipes, submit your first name along with the common name of the fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts and/or the recipes to [email protected].

The Fallbrook Garden Club cordially invites you view our Virtual Flower Show and Virtual Garden Harvest.




All gardeners live in beautiful places, because they make them so
~ Joseph Joubert