Mission Statement:

"To stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening,to aid in the protection of the native trees, plants and birds,to encourage civic beauty,and to improve and protect the quality of the environment through programs and action in the fields of conservation and education."


Monthly Programsclick here for Speakers

Programs will begin again in September.

Slideshow for “Going Local

Kudos to all participants in the Portland Garden Club flower show on April 21, 2016.


"It's the Cascade Head Trail, a Nature Conservancy Trail in OR. It started relatively innocently, although for me, the mere suggestion of an incline is enough to wind me." (by L. Seaton)

Cascade Hike Trip on Cascade Head for PGC members

Fifty years ago, The Nature Conservancy purchased Cascade Head, a truly spectacular coastal preserve. To celebrate this anniversary, the Conservancy has invited Portland Garden Club members for a hike at Cascade Head with Debbie Pickering, the preserve steward.

Debbie, a coastal ecologist, has worked at Cascade Head for 30 years and has expertise that extends far beyond wildflowers. Come see coastal flowers and learn about the Oregon silver spot butterfly, native to Cascade Head and only known to live in 5 other locations in the world.

Here are the details for the hike.

Going Local

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