The Purpose of this club shall be to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, to protect and enhance the quality of the environment through educational programs and action in the fields of conservation and civic improvement, to share the advantages of association through conference and correspondence, and as a member club, to support The Garden Club of America.

Announces the

2022 Spring Garden Tour 

April 6-7, 2022

Meadowbrook Highlands

1500 Meadowbrook Road
Jackson, MS

For Sponsorship opportunities,
you can click here to donate online,
download a PDF form here
Sponsor Chair Katy Creath 
by Jan. 15th at 

Going Native with Plants

The Garden Club of Jackson advocates 
Going Native With Plants!
Click here to learn more.

Strong River Fish Count

Members joined  Matt Wagner and the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks in their continued research of quantity and quality of fish in the Strong River.

Friend of Preservation Award

The Mississippi Heritage Trust recently presented The Garden Club of Jackson with the Heritage Award: TheFriend to Preservation Award. This award recognizes our support of creating an historically appropriate landscape at the Lowry House, the headquarters of the MHT.

Here is what they said about us during the presentation in Natchez:

"With a focus on conservation and historic preservation, the Garden Club of Jackson is achampion of civic engagement. The club has made a difference in Jackson, raising more than$200,000 for historic garden preservation, interpretation and restoration. Mynelle Gardens,the Eudora Welty House and Garden, the Oaks, the Mississippi Governor’s Mansion andMHT’s own Lowry House have all benefited from the financial support and hands-oninvolvement of the Garden Club of Jackson."

Thank you to Erica Speed, for nominating us, and to The Mississippi Heritage Trust forhonoring us in this way!

Garden Club of Jackson and Mississippi Children's Museum


With the goal of beautifying the neglected bed in front of the
GCJ meeting place at the Mississippi Children’s Museum,
a new horticulture committee has been hard at work. On September 15, members pruned and weeded, filling many garbage bags. Then on September 21, work continued digging out weeds, grass, and dead bushes. Members amended the bed by tilling in fresh soil and fertilizer. After pinning down landscape fabric, the beds were covered with pine straw. All looks neat and tended although not yet planted. Plans are to plant in a few weeks,creating a border with perennials and seasonal annuals. GCJ members have plants or bulbs to share  and “pass-along” to the Mississippi Children's Garden.

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The Garden Club of Jackson is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 13026, Jackson, Mississippi 39236

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