Welcome to the Raleigh Garden Club site! We encourage members to participate in the many and varied activities of the RGC. We hope you enjoy gardening with old and new friends at the Club.


Thank you to Russ Stephenson for opening the Isabelle Bowen Henderson House and Garden  for a public tour March 19 with proceeds benefiting the Raleigh Garden Club. See the News and Observer article about this historic Raleigh landmark.

March 30-April 2 - Art In Bloom festival of flowers presented at the NC Museum of Art including three of our members' floral arrangements.

April 6-8- Raleigh Garden Club Plant Sale at Campbell Road Nursery. Sign Up to work, bring food or see the work schedule here.

April 9-11 The Garden Club of North Carolina Annual Meeting at the Embassy Suites in Greensboro. 

The GCNC has proposed several changes to their by-laws which will be subject to a vote at the April meeting. See proposed changes here.

April 15 - Last day for early registration for The National Garden Club Annual Meeting to be held in Richmond, VA on May 18-20. More details and registration here.

If you haven't renewed your membership yet, there is still time to fill out a Renewal Form to send in or bring to the next meeting.

Upcoming Activities:

March 31, 9:00 - JCRA Winter Garden Maintenance (weather permitting)

April 3, 4:30 - Youth Development Group activity at Raleigh Girls Club

April 12, 10:00 - Horticulture Study Group tour of Pat McCracken's Nursery in Zebulon

April 19, 10:00 - Environmental Study Group tour of Deer Chase Gardens in Durham

April 21, 9:00 - JCRA Winter Garden Maintenance (weather permitting)

April 26, 10:00 - Horticulture Study Group tour of a private garden in Cary featuring rare conifers and maples.



Monthly Program and Lunch Meeting

Guests welcome! Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30-1:00, and are usually held at the NC State University Club (full details below).  Meetings include a catered lunch so reservations must be made by the Wednesday before each meeting.

Next Meeting:

Reservations and Cancellations Required

To ensure we have enough seats, reservations are REQUIRED even if you choose "No Lunch", Guests can request a reservation here. Members reserve through your assigned caller. Our caterers charge for everyone who reserves a space. If you are unable to attend, please remember to cancel to avoid receiving an invoice.

Cost of Lunch

Lunch is $18.00. This includes a set-up fee of $2.00 per person for all who attend a meeting. Those requesting “no lunch” must still pay the $2.00 set-up fee. Please do not bring food or beverages of any kind to our luncheons. - this is a State Health Code violation.