We have a number of events, including lectures, workshops, tours and field trips. We also offer the opportunity for community involvement and civic beautification as well as youth programs and scholarships. Join us!

Rose Study Group

Fallbrook Garden Club’s Rose Study is dedicated to learning about, caring for, and enjoying the queen of the garden - the rose. Talks, classes and hands-on workshops                              are hosted at a member’s home.



A member workshop to decorate and learn about cacti or succulents.


Learning all about the origins and benefits of Herbs is just part of what the Herb Study offers. In addition, members discover how herbs are used in cooking, medicinally and in the garden for their aromatic smells, as pollinators and insect inhibitors.


Visit exotic and interesting venues and further your knowledge of horticulture, landscaping, commercial agriculture or wildlife.


Members enjoy creating a variety of whimsical and decorative items for their yard and gardens. Past art projects have included mosaic stepping stones, holiday wreaths, and moss pots.


Virtual Show this Year

The Fallbrook Garden Club has canceled its 2020 Flower Show due to the COVID -19 pandemic. 

At the same time, this is the time of year when our community and our Garden Club Members have gardens in bloom with flowers and healthy plants. We all love to share the beauty of our flowers and to see the success of other gardeners, and this is the age of social media and creativity.

Therefore, the Fallbrook Garden Club cordially invites you to join us in a Virtual Flower Show.

Here's a list of some of our recent programs:
  • Attracting Birds & Butterflies
  • Culinary Herbs
  • Designing with Succulents
  • Frugal Gardening Tips
  • Good Bugs in the Garden
  • Gourmet Gardening
  • European Roses
  • Holiday Floral Designs
  • Landscaping with Natives


Club Projects & Activities

Member Education

COFFEE IN THE GARDEN: Individual members open their gardens for informal tours by club members. The club provides light refreshments.

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION: The Board hosts a social event to welcome and acquaint new and prospective members with Club activities and volunteer opportunities.

STUDY GROUPS & WORKSHOPS: Informal, hands-on sessions that enable members to increase their knowledge of horticulture, floral design, wildlife, and other garden-related topics.

TOURS & FIELD TRIPS: Periodic visits to public or private gardens, nurseries or other garden-related facilities throughout the area provide the opportunity to visit exotic and interesting venues and further their knowledge of horticulture, landscaping, commercial agriculture or wildlife.

Community Beautification

ADOPT-A-ROAD: The Club has adopted two streets to keep clear of trash, McDonald Road and Gum Tree Lane. Volunteer crews of ten to twelve members work one day on alternate months or as needed.

LIVE OAK PARK GARDENERS: Volunteer crews of four to eight members work one day per month tending to the native plants garden.

SEASONAL SPLENDORS: Providing seasonal flowers in large containers at the entrance to the Fallbrook Senior Center.

LIBRARY GARDENS: Volunteers work one or two days per month tending to the container plantings located in the two outdoor patios at the Fallbrook Library.

MEMORIAL DAY FLOWERS: Members contribute flowers and arrange bouquets on Memorial Day morning. More than one hundred bouquets are created and taken to the Masonic Cemetery and made available for visitors to place on graves.

YANA (Sheriff's Volunteer Program): members create beautiful succulent topped pumpkins for the fall season for shut-in's in the community. The gifts are distributed by the volunteer Sheriff's.

Community Outreach

ARTS IN THE PARK: Hosting a booth at the annual children’s festival.

FLOWER SHOW: A flower show is held in April in even numbered years (alternating with the garden tour). All members participate in set up/clean up and/or entering exhibits. Nonmembers may also enter flowers and designs for exhibit and competition. The event is the Club's "gift" to the community.

GARDEN TOUR: In odd numbered years (alternating with the flower show) a tour of private home gardens in the Fallbrook area is arranged by the Club. Proceeds benefit the scholarship fund, community service efforts, and the general fund.

NATIONAL GARDEN WEEK (1st week in June): Members promote observance of the week in June and bring public attention to garden clubs and gardening through specially planned activities.

PENNY PINES: Pocket change is collected at the General Meetings for tree plantings in the Cleveland National Forest.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Memorial donations and club fundraising projects support scholarships for students.

Ways & Means

BIRTHDAY RAFFLE: Each member is asked to donate a plant or garden-related item for the raffle at the General Meeting held during their birthday month.

GREEN THUMB TABLE: Plants, bulbs, seeds, and produce donated by members are sold at General Meetings. Members bring their labeled donations to the monthly meeting.

PLANT SALE & RAFFLE: Plants and garden-related items donated by members and local merchants are sold and/or raffled during the annual Flower Show and/or Garden Tour. Proceeds help defray cost of the flower show, benefit community service efforts, and the general fund.

Of Special Note

In 1994 the club placed a Blue Star Byway Marker in the Village Square (just behind the flag pole) in the center of the Fallbrook Veteran's Honor Roll Wall. It is one of 16 memorials and markers in San Diego County. For information on the Blue & Gold Star Memorial program go to Blue Stars.


For more information on upcoming events, contact us.