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The Manteca Garden Club would like to invite you to join us in accomplishing our goals and sharing our enthusiasm for gardening.

Our club, which was founded in 1953, is a member of the Pacific Region, of the National Garden Clubs, Inc., and the Valley Lode District of California Garden Clubs, Inc.

Our mission is to further the education of its members and the public in the areas of gardening, horticulture, botany, landscape design, conservation of natural resources, civic beautification, garden therapy and nature environmental studies.

Please feel welcome to attend our meetings or events as a guest, or join our club now by filling out an application.


Flower of the Month

June- Roses

One of the earliest flowers know to man, symbolize love magic, hope, passion. The rose represents beauty and perfection. The name rose comes from the Latin word rosa which means red.

Nebuchadnezzar used roses to decorate his palace. They were grown for perfume oil in Persia. The Greeks associated roses with the blood of Aphrodite's beloved Adonis.

Red Roses – I love you
Pink Roses – Elegance, grace, frivolity
Yellow Roses – Friendship, joy
Peach Roses – Desire, excitement
White Roses – Innocence, secrecy

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Manteca Garden Club's 2015 Art Contest

Congratulations Vincent Hernandez 2015 Manteca Art Contest Winner (click to enlarge).
Winning Drawing by Vincent Hernandez (click to enlarge).
Kira Eadington (Art teacher), Emmelene Gatcilla, Jennah Hillyard (Slideshow)

Recent events (slideshows)

Monthly Meetings.
Field Trip to Alden Lane
Sequoia School

If you would like to have your house on next years Garden Tour please fill out our tour application.


A great resource for all garden enthusiasts: Master Gardeners of San Joaquin County    


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Save the dates!

All Regular meetings are held at the McFall Room in the Manteca Public Library located at 320 W. Center Street. Social gathering at 12:30 PM. General meeting starts around 1pm.

May 18 - Regular meeting, Paul Jones will discuss Japanese Maples.

June 15 - Installation Luncheon at Pageo Lavendar Farm in Turlock.


If you have any questions please call Paula Elias at (209) 239-5104