RGC online PLANT SALE OPENS 2021 -- Date TBD


The Redmond Garden Club was established in October 1990 and became a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in January 2020 to better serve the PNW gardening community through educational opportunities to include monthly speakers at our meetings; community service events including our annual public plant sale in May; funds for our activities; provides wide plant diversity to all who attend and
charitable donations supporting horticultural purposes. Monthly membership meetings from September to June are often held in members’ homes or at local public facilities including retail garden centers. Our annual plant sale in May funds our activities by providing wide plant diversity and gardening information to all who attend. Club membership is limited to 50 members. 

The Club Membership Chair maintains a waiting list for those interested in joining the Club. Find out how.


The Redmond Garden Club of Washington is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes pertaining to gardening, horticulture and responsible land stewardship.

Redmond Garden Club objectives
    • Grow beautiful gardens to share learned skills and techniques with all who seek knowledge.
    • Arrange interesting programs and field trips to broaden knowledge and interests in gardening.
    • Recruit caring friends to participate in and enjoy the changes in nature.
    • Dedicate time and talent to broaden skills, awareness, and interest in gardening of the general public.
    • Educate interested gardeners on any and all gardening issues.
    • Nurture ecological awareness to benefit healthy and responsible stewardship practices.

Club Activities

  • Monthly Guest Speakers

  • Garden Tours & Field Trips

  • Garden Workshops

  • Spring Plant Sale (in May and/or online)

  • Summer Luncheon

  • Winterfest

A Note About COVID 19

Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Club activities have been minimized for member safety. While some activities have been suspended, others have been replaced by virtual technologies. We look forward to returning to our regular activities format after the danger of COVID is behind us and we can once again share gardening together.

Contact Us
Questions? Suggestions? We welcome your input.

Please contact us at redmondgardenclubwa@gmail.com

For information about membership, see our JOIN page.

Many thanks to former RGC member Cathy James, of Catherine James Watercolors, for her sunflower illustration contribution incorporated into the Redmond Garden Club logo.