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.Their last day of business will be October 18. Right now, all quarts are $5, all gallons are $10.

The NC Museum of Natural Sciences’ Darwin Day Event is November 9. This year’s theme is BOTANY - celebrating all things plant!

JCRA’s Moonlight in the Garden is November 7-9, and  November 14-16. Sneak Preview for Arboretum members is November 5.

Lots of great gardening activities in the triangle area can be found on the Triangle Gardener calendar. Check it out here.

Upcoming Activities

Oct 17: Thursday, 10:00 am-12:00 noon, Martha Franck Fragrance garden workday.

Oct 17: Thursday, 10:30 am, Environmental Group, Executive Mansion grounds and gardens tour, 210 N. Blount St., Raleigh.

Oct 18: Friday, 9:00 am, JCRA Winter Garden maintenance, weather permitting.

Oct 21-22: National Garden Club’s Gardening Study Course 4, JCRA, Raleigh

Oct 22: Tuesday 10:00 am–12 noon. Garden workday at Transitions LifeCare

Nov 4: Monday TBA. District 10 Fall Meeting at JCRA.


Monthly Program and Lunch Meeting

Guests welcome! Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30-1:00 September through June and are held at the NC State University Club, Check-in begins at 10:30; the program starts at 11:00. Guest Registration here.

Greetings from your
RGC President
Vicki Sanders Corporon

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Each season has its splendor and associated colors. Growing up in California I didn’t notice seasonal changes as much as I see here in North Carolina as an adult. And in the fall, I look forward to the brilliant yellows, the vivid oranges, the radiant reds, and the rich burgundy tones that come with the flowers that bloom in this season and the changing leaves on the trees before they drop. As I sat down to write this column, a flock of Canada geese just passed over the trees outside my office window … another sign of fall, the migration of various varieties of birds. For me, I’m very glad that one of the most beautiful birds in our area, our state bird the cardinal, sticks with us year round. So, here’s to fall colors (for seasonal thrill) and to cardinals (for companions through it all)!

Don’t forget to please send me your garden pics for the Glorious Gardens & Garden Glories segment at our next meeting.


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