About Us

Organized 1963

Member of National Garden Clubs, Pacific Region

The Nevada Garden Club is an association of garden clubs in Nevada. Our mission is to educate ourselves and the public in various activities from flower arranging to growing plants in our desert climate.  Our members have a variety of interests, from growing plants indoors and out, educating today’s youth in gardening plants and vegetables, or arranging plants that we grow ourselves or buy at a market.  (See our Member Clubs page for a list.)



The mission of the Pacific Garden Clubs is to cooperate with National Garden Clubs, Inc. (NGC) and other organizations in furthering the interests of conservation, civic beautification and roadside beautification; also to advance the fine art of gardening and landscape design, civic development, the study of horticulture and the art of flower arranging.



The first garden club in America was founded in January 1891 by The Ladies Garden Club of Athens, Georgia. On May 1, 1929, 13 federated states became charter members at an organizational meeting in Washington, D.C. In 1935, the National Garden Clubs established headquarters at Rockefeller Center in New York City. A permanent headquarters building in St. Louis was dedicated May 10, 1958.

NGC Mission Statement

National Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources, and national networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility.

Members of National Garden Clubs grow our world and green our communities.  Our members create a powerful voice and expansive network for advancing common interests.  We are one of the most recognized non-profits in the United States and the largest volunteer gardening organization in the world.