"Gardening is fun."

Established in 1931, Fallbrook Garden Club is a member of National Garden Clubs, Inc./ Pacific Region Garden Clubs, Inc., and a charter member of California Garden Clubs, Inc. /Palomar District.

General Meetings are held at Fallbrook Community Center, 341 Heald Lane
On the last Tuesday of each month, Sept-June, except in December, which is usually the second Tuesday.

12:30 - Social | 1:00 - Business | 2:00 - Program

Masks are no longer required indoors in California, with a few exceptions. But they are still strongly recommended.

Fallbrook Garden Club's Monthly Guest Speaker


General Meeting
Tuesday, May 28

Fallbrook Community Center

Guess Speaker:

Dr. Eric Middleton


Pest Management

Did you know ....


Fallbrook Garden Club holds a significant historical place as a California Garden Clubs, Inc. charter member.

On December 5th, 1931, the California Garden Clubs, Inc. (CGCI) was established, marking the beginning of a remarkable journey. Exactly one year later, on December 5th, 1932, CGCI became a member of the National Council of State Garden Clubs, now known as the National Garden Clubs, Inc.(NGC). It was later ratified as a member of the NGC in 1936 and has since grown into one of the largest and most active members of the NGC and the Pacific Region, a testament to the power of collective gardening passion.

CGCI began with eight districts and 23 charter member clubs. Six clubs, including the Chico Horticultural Society, Fallbrook Garden Club, Redlands Horticultural & Improvement Society, San Pedro Garden Club, Southern California Garden Club, and Vista Garden Club, remain active to this day.

CGCI comprises over 350 garden clubs, plant societies, affiliates, and youth clubs, which together have more than 21,000 members.

CGCI has a newsletter, Golden Gardens eNews, which is free via electronic distribution or on the CGCI website.


Spring Flower Faire Extraordinaire

Saturday, May 11, 2024


  • Plants of all varieties – Flowers, Vegetables, Indoor Plants, Succulents

  • Fun and unique containers planted by members – start scouring the thrift shops now!

  • Exhibition of showcase-quality specialty plants by members

Location: Fallbrook Historical Society Dates:

Thursday Friday Saturday

May 9 – General set-up
May 10 – Plants arrive on-site
May 11 – Sale open to the Public
(The day before Mother’s Day – excellent gift shopping opportunities)

We are very excited about this special event. This fundraiser was a great success last year because of the enthusiastic support of our members and the host of volunteers who made it happen. With your help, we hope to make it even bigger this year, so come join in the fun! As they say, it takes a village, and we have a great gardening village!

Stay tuned,
Terry Derry & Marci Eisenstadt, Co-Chairs

Check monthly calendar for more!

If you'd like to sign-up for FGC's events please consider joining the Fallbrook Garden Club membership! 


May 11 

Spring Flower Faire Extraordinaire

9:00 am - 2:00 pm


May 18

Chipping Day

7:30 am - 1:30 pm


May 28

General Meeting

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm


May 29

Men's Lunch Bunch 

11:30 am  lunch at El Parque (Fallbrook)

Join Our Club
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Membership Benefits

Join the Fallbrook Garden Club to enjoy the benefits the club has to offer.

  • member education through speakers, workshops, tours, and field trips;
  • the opportunity for community involvement and civic beautification;
  • public education through flower shows and garden tours;
  • scholarships; and
  • creating lasting friendships while having fun!

This resource guide is a list of various gardening vendors or community businesses. 
Fallbrook Garden Club is not promoting or advertising for any particular vendor or business. 
These lists are solely a resource of options.



"Flowers are the music of the ground.

  From earth’s lips spoken without sound.”

                                                  -Edwin Curran-