Capitol Hill Garden Club, Inc.
Who We Are
The Capitol Hill Garden Club brings together Washington area people interested in gardening, landscaping and the environment.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational corporation.
What We Do
Members enjoy lectures, demonstrations, workshops and tours. These meetings include local experts on topics of interest to Capitol Hill gardeners, such as landscape design, ornamentals, annuals, perennials, native species, garden wildlife, pest control, container gardening, orchids, irrigation, xeriscape, and many more.
We undertake community projects and contribute to gardening and beautification projects in our neighborhood. The Club has donated spring flowering bulbs to groups and individuals for planting in public areas on Capitol Hill. The Club has maintained the horticulture at Turtle Park near Eastern Market.
The Club income comes from membership dues, donations, grants, and fund-raising activities.
Where We Meet
Meetings are held at Northeast Library, 330 Seventh Street NE, Washington, D. C. 20002 in the lower level meeting room.
Refreshments begin at 6:30 p.m. The program starts at 7:00 and concludes by 8:30 p.m.
Special Events are held at selected venues on and around Capitol Hill
Find Out More
Please be our guest at one of our public meetings:
During the pandemic, regular public meetings have been suspended.