Clayton Valley Garden Club

 
Welcome 

The Clayton Valley Garden Club is a Non-Profit 501(C)(3) organization, formed to bring together people in our area with a common interest in gardening, and to develop that interest, make new friendships, and have fun together!

 

We are a dynamic group of over 90 members predominately from Clayton and Concord, California,
but welcome members from any city.

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PLANT SALE!

Natives! Large selection! Color Bowls! Whirly Gigs! Bird Houses! Butterfly Houses! Much More!

May 12, 9:00 - 2:00

Clayton, CA

Endeavor Hall

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Meetings - Open to the Public

Guests are always welcome!

  

Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month (February - November) from 7:00 – 9:00 PM 

at Diamond Terrace, 6401 Center Street, Clayton, CA.

 

Each meeting features a lecture by an authority in some phase of gardening or a related subject. 

 

Recent speakers and topics have included: 

Nicole Hackett (Clayton's Garden Girl from R & M Pool Patio & Gardens) - What Looks Good Now; Rose Loveall (from Morningsun Farms) - Herbs; Kelly Marshall - Bring Back the Native Plants; Troy McGregor (from Ruth Bancroft Gardens) - bullet-proof plants; Ken Lavin from MDIA (Mt. Diablo Interpretive Association) - Mt. Diablo wildflowers

  

UPCOMING MEETINGS:

May 9, 2018

Shawna Anderson (Orchard)

Thrillers, Fillers & Spillers

June 13, 2018

Jeff Forbes (Rodies)

Raising Chickens in your Back Yard

July 11, 2018

Lindy Lavender (Central Costa County Sanitation District)

Overview of Their Services to the Community

August 8, 2018

Bethallyn Black (Diablo Valley College)

Ecology of Fungi in the Landscape

September 12, 2018

Dustin Strobel (Sloat Garden Center)

Topic TBD

October 10, 2018

Kelly Dabidson (Disctrict Biologist  for Mt. View)

Monarch Butterflies

November 14, 2018

Member Slide Show - 2018 in review

 

2018 Newsletters:

February

March