What’s Up Next: 2019 September 19 Deer Resistant Plants, Barb Nelson, Townside Gardens October 24 -Country and Garden Inspired Fall Arrangements, Kerry McCarty, George’s Flowers November 21 – Wildlife Protection, Judy Loope, Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center December 19 – Roanoke Symphony Orchestra Youth Strings 2020
Join MMGC friends in the Wildflower Garden atop Mill Mountain most every Thursday (except the third Thursday – MMGC meeting day) for fun, fellowship, and flowers! There will be an assigned WFG team leader who will have directions for the morning. Arrive by 9:00 AM
Partners for Plants is a joint habitat restoration program of the GCA Conservation and Horticulture Committees. Its purpose is to facilitate projects between local GCA clubs and land managers on federal, state, local and other significant public lands. Projects may include the monitoring and protection
The MMGC Ways and Means Committee was established to plan and sponsor all money-making projects to support the on-going work of our club. We primarily have two continuous fundraisers (Kroger & Amazon), and supplement with additional events as needed.   How Can You Help? MMGC
Mill Mountain Garden Club has a strong history of talented floral designers. The club promotes floral design through educational workshops offered through the Garden Club of Virginia, the Garden Club of America and In-Club Exhibit opportunities. Members may participate in the In-Club Exhibit flower shows,
The goal of the photography committee is to educate the membership on the best use of personal digital cameras, focusing on garden club-related subjects such as flower arrangement, gardens and landscapes, the environment, and community preservation and improvement. The committee offers opportunities to learn from
Through exploring the natural world around us, we encourage members to hike, bike, canoe, bird watch, paddle board, kayak, fly fish, and enjoy many other outdoor activities. This committee focuses on camaraderie with other members while learning about the parks, trails, rivers, lakes, wildlife, and
The Horticulture Committee conducts lectures, tours, exhibits, and flower shows to help members develop the knowledge to identify garden plants and share propagation and maintenance techniques. We seek to create beauty, protect native species and habitats, and take responsibility for a sustainable environment. Click here for
Through education and advocacy, the Mill Mountain Garden Club (MMGC) encourages others to conserve the gifts of nature, provide stewardship of our natural resources, and promote the enjoyment of gardens. We focus attention on conservation issues through educational leadership initiatives, informative garden club presentations, participation