The Winston-Salem Garden Club

Sign up now for 2024-2025!


The Winston-Salem Garden Club is designed for gardeners of all skill levels interested in evening meetings.

It doesn’t matter if you have a green thumb or you’re just getting started.

Membership is open to all North Carolina residents.

Come learn something new, be inspired, and discover new plants and techniques.

It is easy to sign up for membership in the Winston-Salem Garden Club!



Step One: Registration Form

Step Two: Membership Dues


Membership requires annual dues of $45 per member. Please pay dues per the instructions in the registration form above.

Step Three: Welcome!


You are all set.

Check out the Upcoming Club Events for 2024-2025 below.

You are going to dig what we have going on!

Wednesday, September 11, 2024

Benefits of Native Plants

Benjamin Gordon

Bashavia Gardens


Crossnore Communities for Children

Davis Training Center

1001 Reynolda Road

Doors open at 6 PM  |  Program begins at 6:30

Having worked in the horticultural field for over a decade, including over five years at Frank’s Perennials, Mr. Gordon possesses a wide berth of plant and garden knowledge, especially in native plant nursery production. He has been the nursery manager at Bashavia Gardens since 2021. Come learn more about the benefits of incorporating native plants in your landscape.

Wednesday, November 6, 2024

Making Nosegays for Senior Services

Gifts from Gran’s Garden

Community Outreach


Location to be announced

Doors open at 6 PM

Join us as we make nosegays which will accompany the Meals on Wheels trays and learn more about Gifts from Gran’s Garden, a wonderful program that brings outdoor beauty to indoor lives. Founded by Lila Cruikshank, this program is one that offers a little bit of beauty and kindness to our senior population. No experience is required.

Wednesday, January 8, 2025

Updating your Home’s Landscaping

David Davis

Biology Garden Design & Landscaping


Location to be announced

Doors open at 6 PM | Program begins at 6:30

Have you inherited a landscape that is outdated, tired, and not doing well? Would you like to update it but don’t know where to start? Join us as David Davis gives us ideas on how to transform your landscaping and give it new life. Mr. Davis has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Landscape Horticulture from NC State University and has spent 25 years managing the grounds at Wake Forest University including campus, Graylyn, and Reynolda Village. Since 2016, Mr. Davis has owned and operated Biology Garden Design & Landscaping where the company specializes in custom work with attention to detail.

Wednesday, March 12, 2025

A Guide to Getting Your Vegetable Beds Ready

Matthew Scroggins, Community Garden Coordinator

Forsyth County Center, NC Cooperative Extension Service


Gardens at Crossnore Communities for Children

Doors open at 6 PM | Program begins at 6:30

Veggie Garden

Before you know it, it will be spring. Will you be ready? You don’t want to miss this program. Learn helpful tips from Matthew Scroggins on how to create, prepare, and enhance growing conditions for the upcoming season.

Wednesday, May 7, 2025

A Walk and Talk at Reynolda Gardens

Jon Roethling

Director of Reynolda Gardens


Brown Family Greenhouse and Reynolda Welcome Center

Reynolda Gardens, 100 Reynolda Village

Program begins at 6:30 PM

Veggie Garden

With the beautiful newly-renovated Brown Family Greenhouse and Reynolda Welcome Center as our backdrop join us for a private tour of the newest garden installation at Reynolda Gardens. Director Jon Roethling will walk us through the design process from inspiration to installation to completion. With a career that spans over 30 years, Mr. Roethling has an extensive background in public horticulture and landscaping. Before coming to Reynolda Gardens, he worked at High Point University and JC Raulston Arboretum of North Carolina at NC State University.