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About US

Founded in 1927


As a civic organization, the Juneau Garden Club continues to be interested in the beautification of Juneau and sharing local gardening knowledge. As a social organization, it has been  a place to meet friends and share common goals.  Through many changes  over the years, the spirit of friendship, education, service, and giving remains. garden club in Juneau garden in Juneau

Every Member is a Working Member

Annual dues are only $10. Membership should be paid as early as possible in the new year. New members are welcome to join at any time  We encourge everyone to participate in Club activites by coming to meetings, serving on committees, working on Club projects, holding office, and participating in our service and giving programs.

Calendar of Meetings and Events

Garden Club Meetings are generally held the first Saturday of the month from September through April at the Mendenhall Valley Public Library from 3-5PM. A social time precedes the meeting at 2:30. Please note occasional exceptions/We welcome volunteers to help with setup and take down. Thanks

September 8

Garden Club Meeting with Master Gardener Association

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Mendenhall Valley Public Library

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September 8

Garden Club Meeting with Master Gardener Association

Meeting will begin with a Social Time from 1:30 followed by our program on Bonsai Trees at 2:00 pm. presented by our own Pat Hartman. A short business meeting will run from 3:00 to 3:30 pm.  

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Mendenhall Valley Public Library

October 6

Garden Club Meeting

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Mendenhall Valley Public Library

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October 6

Garden Club Meeting

Event will begin at 2:30 with a brief social time followed  by exciting presentation on hostas by Tim Geib--Juneau's premier local hosta grower with over 300 hosta plants in his yard. Hope you were able to visit his yard on our recent field trip. A short business meeting will follow Tim's presentation.

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Mendenhall Valley Public Library

October 21

Garlic Lovers Potluck

4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

The Canvas at 223 Seward Street

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October 21

Garlic Lovers Potluck

Please bring your friends and neighbors to this fun event where you can meet Juneau's local commercial growers and taste and rate their wares.  Each grower typically brings 4 or 5 different types of garlic to taste. There will be a presentation on how to grow garlic and a potluck where everyone is invited to bring a dish ranging from appetizers to desserts using garlic.

4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

The Canvas at 223 Seward Street

November 3

Garden Club Meeting

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Mendenhall Valley Public Library

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November 3

Garden Club Meeting

Social Time at 2:30 followed by a presentation on Consumables as Gifts by our own Corrine Conlon followed by a short business meeting.



3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Mendenhall Valley Public Library

December 15

Juneau Garden Club Annual Holiday Party

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Travelodge by Wyndam Juneau at 9200 Glacier Highway

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December 15

Juneau Garden Club Annual Holiday Party

This event is gaining in popularity and will be moved to one of the large meeting rooms in the Juneau Travelodge with a buffet Mexican dinner .

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Travelodge by Wyndam Juneau at 9200 Glacier Highway

Our Book

Gardening In Southeast Alaska

 Written and edited by volunteers in the Juneau Garden Club, this third edition of Gardening in Southeast Alaska reflects the voices of diverse Southeast Alaska gardeners from Ketchikan to Haines. Young and old, professional landscape architects and home-grown gardeners, these Southeast Alaska gardeners share what they have learned from their years of gardening trial-and error experiences. Included are new as well as tried-and-true ideas and gardening knowledge adapted from other regions. The articles in this book are as richly diverse as the Southeast Alaska gardeners who wrote them. Gardening in Southeast Alaska continues to serve as a Southeast Alaskan garden reference book. This edition includes previous authors as well as a host of new contributors. Additions include new topics, updated information, personal gardening vignettes, updated binding, a glossary, and an expanded index. We hope this book will enhance the joy of gardening in Southeast Alaska for everyone from the experienced to the novice gardener. 

Contact Us

Co-Presidents

Judy Neary

paradisechannel@gmail.com

907-321-3730


Nan Mundy

nanmundy@gci.net

907-957-9018