Click here for the Presidents Project– “A Garden for Every Garden Club”  updated for September 25, 2018 NCAGC Fall Meeting

Philadelphia Flower Show Bus Trip – March 7, 2019 is FULL!  Please email Brenda Holt to reserve a spot on the wait list.

Morning of Design!

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    Spring Conference Recap

    What a Fabulous Conference!!!!

    Click here for photos of the event compliments of Kathleen Lelis, Arlene Stewart and Cherie Lejeune!

    Click here for References from our Environmental Speaker, Kathleen Biggins, “A C-Change Conversation” as well as Paige Canfield’s Floral Designs.

    Click here for Awards

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    Amazon Smile

    Support the NCAGC when you shop at Amazon using this link!

Congratulations to immediate Past NCAGC President Jo Sellers on winning the the Herb Society’s 2019 Helen de Conway Little Medal of Honor!

Upcoming Events

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Flower Show School – Course 1
Registration Form Now Available

February 1, 2 and Exam on 3, 2018
Location: **UPDATE:  Hampton Inn since US National Arboretum is affected by Government Shutdown
All are Welcome

Payment may be made online using the PayPal option below using a Credit Card.  The pull-down menu has all the Course options.   (note: you will be asked for a shipping address as a part of the software).

Course Fees

NEW – Community Project Grant 
Landscape Design Council – Community Project Grant
Up to $1,000 for a new or existing project
Deadline: February 1, 2019

The National Capital Area Garden Clubs (NCAGC) serves the greater Washington DC area with 2224 members, 70 garden clubs organized among four Districts.

NCAGC is a member of National Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Central Atlantic Region. As such we have the opportunity to participate in various local, regional and national programs. Take a look at our About Us page to learn more!

Our Mission Statement

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