LET YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD BLOSSOM.
Join the Garden Club and enjoy working with friends and neighbors to plant and harvest vegetables, herbs and flowers in our community gardens: the Briar Patch and Boulder Park.
Scheduled garden workdays are announced by email. Typically, workdays are on Saturdays or Sundays at Boulder Park or Briar Patch. Watch your e-mails for announced workdays. Garden club members are also welcome to work at the gardens on their own at anytime. Please bring your work gloves and water.
Saturday, Oct 1 at 9 am, Boulder Park
Saturday, Oct 8, at 9 am, Briar Patch
Saturday, Oct 15 at 9 am, Boulder Park
Sunday, Oct 23 at 9 am, Briar Patch
Meetings are the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 at the Clubhouse and/or via Zoom. Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 11th at 7:00PM at the Clubhouse
If you are interested in joining the Briar Chapel Garden Club you can join at any time by paying your annual dues online using "Pay Annual Dues". Information will be sent to you on how the club works and how to join in.
Visit our new Briar Chapel Garden Club Facebook page to stay current on upcoming events.
Confused about what you can compost in our gardens? Here's a list
Briar Chapel Garden Club Gives Back
Volunteers to plant & maintain garden in Chatham County Council of Aging Peaceful Pathways project
How's that for harvesting carrots!
Briar Chapel Garden Club visits Brie Arthur's home garden -- it was amazing!
Beautiful flowers for cutting in Boulder Park
Did you know?
We are proud to report that we have several master gardeners in our club, including: Mike Gorman (NC & NJ), Terry Leese (GA & TN) and Sue Pflum (NC).