Garden clubs are fabulous places to learn to garden and connect with other gardeners. Here are the DC area’s general-interest garden clubs with websites that are known to DCGardens, listed alphabetically. There are also many plant societies with local chapters, easily found on the web. (E.g. the National Capital Orchid Society.)
To get your club added, send us the link to your home page. If you don’t have one, there are many free website platforms available, like Blogger.com, or simply the home page of a Yahoo Group. (That’s what the Silver Spring Club uses.) Email firstname.lastname@example.org. (We’re not listing contact phone numbers or email addresses – web addresses only.)
Ayr Hill Garden Club in Fairfax County, VA.
The Capitol Hill Garden Club‘s meetings in DC are accessible by public transportation and free and open to the public.
Centreville Garden Club in Chantilly, VA.
Five Hills Garden Club in Vienna, VA
Four Seasons Garden Club describes itself as a “garden club mostly for the gay community, but all are welcome. Only requirement is love of plants. Our events include twice-yearly plant exchanges, monthly speakers, pool party, Holiday party and visits to gardens of interest.”
Great Falls Garden Club in Great Falls, VA.
Indian Spring Garden Club in Silver Spring, MD
Mill Creek Towne Garden Club has served the Derwood, MD area since 1968.
Monocacy Garden Club in the Poolesville, MD area.
Mount Airy Clay Breakers Garden Club in Upper Marlboro, MD
National Capital Area Garden Clubs website lists many more clubs that aren’t online.
Rock Spring Garden Club in Arlington, VA
Takoma Horticultural Club, founded in 1916, is believed to be the oldest garden club in the U.S.
The Garden Coalition is a new group initiated by Teri Speight in District Heights, MD.
Woodmoor Garden Club in Silver Spring, MD