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.

Spring Garden Tour 2020

Our Spring Garden Tour 2020 was to feature five private gardens and three homes in beautiful Eastover and Massena Heights in Northeast Jackson.

Although our tour had to be canceled, we wanted to share these beautiful gardens with you.
Please enjoy this pictorial view of each garden here. 


The Secret Garden Shop


With the necessary cancellation of the tour, we are grateful that we can still raise funds for the revitalization and beautification of Greenwood Cemetary through our online Secret Garden Shop. 
The shop is now closed. We thank you for your support. 


GCJ wrapped up the fourth year of our Weed Wrangle project with the planting of 90 native plants in LeFleur's Bluff State Park. This project has been funded by the GCA Partners for Plants initiative the past three years, for a total of $5,000. The native plants were procured from the Huntsville Botanical Garden nursery and Hutto’s. Forty native azaleas both pink and yellow, Fringe tree, Possum haw (Ilex decidua), American holly (Ilex opeca), Beauty Berry, Sweetbay magnolia, Southern perennial hibiscus, Sweet shrub ‘Carolina Allspice’, and Mayhaw trees were planted in the park. This project has removed non-native invasive plants (Chinese tallow trees) and replaced with native plants that thrive in this area and are better for our animal and insect friends. A huge thank you to all who have helped with this over the past four years

GCJ Members
Beekeeping with Steve Ray

Garden Tour 2020 Sponsors

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.

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