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!

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


"Gardening is fun."

Presidents' Theme:

“Creativity in gardening expresses imagination.”

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.



Thursday, August 10 at 4:30

Summer Picnic with Tomato Contest at Live Oak Park


Have Fun and Meet New Friends at Coffee in the Garden

If you are new to the Club, you may wonder what this is all about.

Well, it’s one of our members’ favorite social activities, mixed with a little garden touring and knowledge!

Members take turns opening their yards to other members – who sign up in advance, please. Coffee, tea, water, and brunch-type snacks are served as well.

We have planned many more CITGs for the rest of the Club year.

Watch The Garden Chirp, our website, and attend our monthly General
Meetings for more information.

If you would like to open your garden for a CITG, please email FGC Members Roberta Kansteiner or Joanne Ferguson

New Program Guest Speakers

Spring Flower Faire Extraordinaire

Native Plant Study Group

Harvest to Table

Coffee in the Garden

Tours & Field Trips

Garden Art



This is an exciting new year ahead!

A NEW Study Group, "Native Plants," and FGC's "Spring Flower Faire Extraordinaire," was hugely successful. It will be back this coming year!

Read The Garden Chirp and check the website for more information. 

Fallbrook Garden Club presents 

"Native Plants" Study Group.

To be held once a month on Saturdays.

The location will be Palomares House and Park.



The Fallbrook Garden Club Presents a NEW Study Group, "Native Plants."

Plants that have grown naturally, particularly in San Diego County area or ecosystem, are our local native plants. Many, over time, have naturally adapted or evolved to our local soil, climate, animals, and other native plants.

Native plants here play an essential role in our local wildlife and pollinators. Not only do they provide shelter, food, and nesting areas, but they remove harmful pollutants from our air. The roots of the native plants also play their role in helping reduce erosion and absorb water from the soil.

If members are interested in the new Study Group for Native Plants, contact the committee's co-chairs, Jessica or Julia Lyle.




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


August 10

FGC Member's Picnic

4:30 am - 6:00 pm




Contact FGC Member Ken Derry


September 4

Live Oak Park Garden

8:00 am - 9:30 am


September 26

General Meeting

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Want to become A Member?

Enjoy meeting new friends, going on garden-related tours and field trips, learning about Native or garden flowers or plants?



Three Easy Ways to become a member:

  1. Online with a credit card.

  2. Download the membership form from the Member menu and mail it in with a check.

  3. Fill out a membership form at a General Meeting and pay with cash or check.

    Dues: Individual - $30.00 Family/Couple - $50.00

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If you need to make changes or corrections to your member roster information, please notify the Membership Team.

 Check out our membership benefits below.

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.



"If you want to be happy for a lifetime, be a gardener"

Chinese Proverb