FALLBROOK GARDEN CLUB
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.
Members, look in your email inbox on June 27 for the June 29 Zoom General Meeting invitation or click the invitation on the Member's calendar.
Members Zoom General Meetings
June's Zoom General Meeting is for FGC's members only.
Installation of Officers and Awards will be presented on June 29.
Members and non-members, please check out the 'Links' section. Information from the National Garden Clubs, Inc., to Gardening, Nursery, and Community Resources links can be found. 'Garden References' has from ASPCA Pet Toxic/Non-Toxic Plants to Wild California Plants links are listed. Go to 'Nursery and Garden Supply Resources' for local nurseries and garden supplies links. 'Community Resources' links are listed as well.
“The Gottlieb Native Garden: A California Love Story”
Environmental philanthropist and renowned creator of The Gottlieb Native Garden, Susan Gottlieb, will be Fallbrook Garden Club's General Meeting guest speaker, June 29.
More than 30 years ago, Susan started on a journey that would ultimately convert her one-acre property in Los Angeles into one of the premier native gardens in the United States. Today, it's a flourishing ecosystem containing 200 species of California native plants and trees.
As this ecosystem's architect, Susan has cultivated a miniature biome that's a National Wildlife Federation Certified Backyard Habitat, a Xerces Society designated Pollinator Habitat, and an active site for scientific research, education, and collaboration among a wide range of environmental groups and universities.
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.
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.