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The Modesto Garden Club welcomes Dundee Butcher as February's General Meeting Speaker. A born teacher of horticulture, Dundee opened the Russian River Flower School in Healdsburg, a school that emphasizes floral design techniques that utilize local, seasonal plant material with a European twist. Join us as Dundee gets meeting participants inspired with floral design ideas that everyone can do to improve upon their current floral design skills. True to her teaching roots, she will do so with a practical and easy to follow demonstration. Click here to check out Russian River Flower School's website where you'll find class schedules and quirky, fun arrangements in the gallery section.Guests are welcome: $10 at the door. Floral2016

 

Many of you may remember the Enchanted Garden Design table at the June 2015 Summer Luncheon, created by Floralicious Design's Gwen Bauer with help from Lauren Holmes. It was dazzling! These two talented ladies will be the Snack & Learn Speakers for February's meeting. Snack & Learn begins at 10:15 am. And don't forget about Hospitality time, which starts at 10 am and includes member-generated snacks, beverages and conversation! See you there!

 

 

Attend one of our Monthly Meetings
Bethal Church on Map

The Modesto Garden Club meets on the second Thursday of each month, September through May, except December.

Meeting are held at One Church (formerly Bethel), 2361 Scenic Dr.

Hospitality: 9:30 AM - 12 Noon
Snack & Learn: 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
Meeting: 11:30 AM - 1:45 PM

Non-members $10 each meeting; Annual Membership Dues $40

We Make Modesto a Beautiful Place to Live
Bethal Church on Map

Volunteers from the Modesto Garden Club plant and maintain flower beds at a variety of places around Modesto, including:

  • The Senior Center at Scenic and Bodem
  • The Flower Clock at the Modesto Center Plaza
  • The Rose Garden on the Virginia Corridor at Orangeburg
  • The Victims' Garden in front of the Court House
  • The Modesto Arch at 9th and I Streets
  • George Lucas Plaza at five points (17th St. and McHenry Ave.)

We also maintain approximately 231 flower pots and 44 hanging baskets in the downtown area.

We Share our Passion through Education

The Modesto Garden Club shares it passion by educating others. Education happens through a variety of means, including:

  • Children's Gardens give school kids "hands on" appreciation
  • Therapeutic Gardening, assists seniors
  • Budding Gardeners, teach adults in small groups
  • Scholarships, for aspiring professionals
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We also have our office demonstration gardens, which provide visitors with living examples of nine distinct gardens:

  • A Cottage Garden
  • An Asian Garden
  • The Formal Garden
  • The Heirloom Garden
  • The Herb Garden
  • California Cool
  • The Shade Garden
  • The Foliage Garden
  • The Raised Garden
Modesto Garden Club Office
Look for our Photo Tour coming soon.