The Clayton Valley Garden Club was formed to bring together people in our area with
a common interest in gardening, and to develop that interest, have fun, and make new friendships.
Organized in 1997 after tour guests of the
Clayton Historical Society Gardens Tour expressed an interest in forming
a club to meet others who enjoyed gardening as a hobby.
Today we are a vibrant group of over 80 members from predominately Clayton and Concord, California,
but welcome membership from any city.
Meetings, Open to the Public
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.
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Each meeting features a lecture by an authority in some phase of gardening or a related subject. Recent speakers and topics have included: Kelli Gardner, Kellogg Soil Co - proper soil preparation; Nicholas Staddon, Monrovia Nursery - new plants available in our area; Buzz Bertolero - new tools & tricks for the garden and informative Q & A session.
Wednesday, June 12th, 7PM
Sal Levinson & Andy Liu - From UC Berkeley will be speaking about Butterflies In Your Garden
They will be bringing live butterflies for their talk.
2013 Clayton Valley Garden Club - Annual Plant Sale
2nd ANNUAL 'BLOSSOMS FOR BARBARA' EVENT - 2013
The Clayton Valley Garden Club once again, brightened the day of over 700 of our neighbors in Convalescent Care, in Hospice, in Veterans Centers, at Battered Womens Shelters, and to those shut-in receiving Meals on Wheels; in the greater Clayton, Concord, and Diablo Valley area - with a small flowering plant - just a small reminder that people really do care.
This philanthropic event was made possible in large part, due to generous funding from the
Clayton Business and Community Association
Our 2013 'Blossoms for Barbara' Scarpbook is pending, for now please enjoy our
Daffodil Hill - Bulb Planting COMPLETED!
Read the ARTICLE as published in the October 26, 2012 Issue of the Clayton Pioneer
See Photos of 2012 Bulb Planting HERE
See past history & photos from the original 2000 planting HERE
BIG THANKS go out to the Clayton Business Community Association (CBCA) and the City of Clayton for their split funding and oversight of the beautiful 2012 Daffodil Hill Improvements, allowing the CVGC to bring daffodils back to Daffodil Hill.