Garden Clubs of Idaho, Inc. is a statewide, 501(c)(3) non profit, educational organization. We are a member of National Garden Clubs, Inc. and are associated with the Pacific Region of National Garden Clubs.
Garden Clubs of Idaho, Inc. is a Community of 15 clubs and almost 300 members throughout the State of Idaho. Activities of our clubs include civic beautification funded through grants, charitable donations, and fundraising.
Clubs annually sponsor horticulture education and seminars and regularly organize presentations about landscaping, cultivating and growing a wide variety of plants and vegetation. In addition, we award annual scholarships to students for the study of horticulture and related areas and Flower Show schools are offered to our members and the public. Clubs also compete for State, Regional and National awards on a regular basis.
Join A Club Near You.
There are three Districts and fifteen Member Clubs in the State of Idaho. Clearwater District is located in northern Idaho and extends from the Canadian boarder, south to Kooskia and includes the area of Clarkston, WA. The Southeast District is located in the eastern Idaho and includes Idaho Falls and town of Roberts. The Southwest District extends from the western border of the state to the Boise area. If you do not live in any of these geographical areas you can become a member of GCII as an Independent member. However, if you would like to form a club anywhere in Idaho please contact us and we will help you to begin a garden club in your own local area.
Opening the “Find a Club” page and clicking on Districts you will find the directory of District Directors and a complete listing of Member Clubs with contact information. If you are still unsure which club is for you, then please contact GCII Membership Chairman, Karen Martin at: email@example.com
Garden Clubs are service oriented but they will also give you access to people who are experienced in gardening in your locality and you will find their assistance invaluable. Go on, why not give it a try!