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Who We Are.

The Eugene Garden Club organized on April 28 1927 and became a member of the Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs in 1929. The club formed to stimulate the love of gardening, horticulture and floral artistry; to aid in the protection and conservation of plants, trees and birds; and to promote civic beauty and community welfare.

The Eugene Garden Club is a tax exempt public charity under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, scientific and benevolent purpose.


Upcoming Meetings:

Join Us October 19th!

Emily Proudfoot, Landscape Architect for the City of Eugene, and Project Coordinator for the Eugene Downtown Riverfront Park Project will present a program about the park’s development, progress and what it means to the city of Eugene. 

The Park will be the heart of a 16-acre greater commercial riverfront development. The design concept calls for a 4-acre riverfront park that is fundamentally urban in character balanced by riverbank and habitat enhancements such as new native vegetation and much more.

This is a project that has met with many challenges working towards its completion because of the covid pandemic.

Come listen to Emily speak to us on this exciting addition to the City of Eugene.

Eugene Garden Club (EGC) News

For the Public  

Unfortunately at this time we're limiting our garden club programs to club members only, due to the COVID pandemic.  Member safety is our firsty priority.  If you would like to attend or participate please contact us for a membership application and notice of dues.

For Renters

If you are interested in renting call either of the two women listed on the Rental pages here.  Or fill out the form on the Contact Us page. 

For Our Members

Please note that our programs and activities for the year are subject to change and even cancellation becausr of the COVID pandemic.  We ask that you check the monthly newsletter for upcoming event changes.  Your safety is our first priority.







Unsolicited Seeds from China

Message from the USDA Farm Service Agency Director David Schemm

If you receive a package of this type, please DO NOT plant these seeds.  Unsolicited seeds could be invasive species, could introduce diseases to local plants, or could be harmful to livestock.  Invasive species wreak havoc on the environment, displace or destroy native plants and insects and severely damage crops.  KDA works to prevent the introduction of invasive species and protect Kansas agriculture.

Again, recipients of these unsolicited seed packages should contact their State department of agriculture or the APHIS State plant health director.  Please hold onto the seeds and packaging, including the mailing label, until someone from your State department of agriculture or APHIS contacts you with further instructions.  People with questions can also call APHIS at 844-820-2234, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET, or email


"I pledge to protect and conserve the natural resources of the planet earth and promise to promote education, so we may become caretakers of our air, water, forests, land, and wildlife".