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.
Sadly, Niche Gardens in Chapel Hill is going out of business. All plants are presently 25% off. Note that they will not be open on weekends and their last day of business will be October 18.
Plant Delights Nursery will host the second weekend of their fall open house on Sept 20-22. Great garden talks at 10:00 and 2:00 each day.
Sept. 19: Thursday, 10:00 am -12:00 noon, Martha Franck Fragrance garden workday
Sept. 19: Thursday, 1:30-4:00 pm, Floral Design, How to Present Your Best Specimen, JCRA
Sept. 24:Tuesday, 11:00 am, Environmental Group, Guided tour of Interfaith Food Shuttle Farm near Cary.
Sept. 27: Friday, 9:00 am, JCRA Winter Garden maintenance, weather permitting
Save The Dates:
October 21-22: National Garden Club’s Gardening Study Course 4, JCRA, Raleigh
November 4 District 10 Fall Meeting at JCRA.
Our Featured Sponsors of the Month are:
Greetings from your
Vicki Sanders Corporon
It was great to see you, ladies and gents … as we reunited after our summer break with tales of gardening, travels, family and friendship gatherings, and all the other refreshing delights.
I hope you enjoyed the photos I shared at the September meeting of the Huntington Gardens of San Marino, California, a place not-so-near to me anymore, but dear to my heart: These are spectacular gardens, worth a visit if you are ever in the Los Angeles area.
Don’t forget to please send me your garden pics for the Glorious Gardens & Garden Glories segment at our next meeting.
If you weren’t able to attend the September meeting, you’ll still be able to pick up your new RGC yearbook for your reference on activities, member contacts, sponsors, and important reference information on our club and affiliate state and national clubs.
A GRIPPING NOVEL SET
ON THE NC COAST
I’ve added another fiction title to our Suggested Reading list. This one takes us to our coast for a remarkable introduction to marine ecology and “life on the edge” of existence. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens kept me up till 3 am the first night and by the next day I had finished the tale. Gripping! It’s a mystery, a tale of survival, a love story, and a testimony to the compelling life of a devoted naturalist and artist. I was one of 4000 on the waiting list locally (for one of 400+ copies); it was worth the wait!
Happy gardening, reading, and the growing of friendships!
As always, please visit our Sponsors and let them know how much we appreciate their support!