Upcoming Meetings



Jeff  Moore from Solana Succulents will be speaking at the next Ramona Garden  Club meeting on March 13, 2019 at 12:15 at the MountainView Community  Church located at 1191 Meadowlark Way.  Jeff has owned and operated  Solana Succulents in Solana Beach for over 27 years, and installed  gardens at the Del Mar Fair and Home Shows for over 20 years.

Jeff  has written 3 books and will discuss his latest entitled Soft  Succulents at the meeting.  The discussion will cover aeoniums,  echeverias, crassulas, sedums, kalanchoes and more.  Books and succulent  plants will be available for sale. 

General Information


 The Ramona Garden Club meets at noon on the second Wednesday of each Church located at Mountain View Community 1191 Meadowlark Way Ramona, CA, except ( June, July & August).  Members  and their guests are welcome to attend the event, which begins with a  potluck finger foods, continues with a brief meeting and the speaker’s  presentation, and ends with an opportunity drawing of plants and  related garden goodies. The public is welcome to attend. In June members meet at Collier Park for the Annual Club Picnic and Officer Installation.

Annual dues are $20.00.  See below for many ongoing club projects to get involved in!'

Special Events


 Save The Date!

Spring Plant Sale Saturday April 27th 8-3  Ramona Library 1275 Main Street Ramona

Membership Application

membership application2018-2019 (pdf)


Ongoing Garden Club Projects


Listed below are projects the club is involved in throughout the year.  If you are interested in any of these or have ideas for new projects please contact us.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park


1st Friday & 3rd Wednesday 

Chandler Herb Garden  -Our members maintain the Herb garden at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.  We have planted native plants along with herbs for culinary and medical  uses with the focus of inviting birds, bees and butterflies to this  wonderful garden. We keep it looking beautiful for the park visitors to  enjoy. Come join us  and  enjoy the sound of all the animals in the park  while you work. 

Chairperson: Debbie Gomez 

Collier Community Park

In  2006, our members started a community project to educate and inspire  other members and the general public through plant collections which  beautify Collier Park. We continue to plant           and  maintain a garden with natives and waterwise plants, trees       and  schrubs. We enstalled a Blue Star Memorial in the garden to honor all  service personnel. There are many paths to walk and benches to rest on.  There is also a Children's Garden to enjoy.        All RGC members are  welcome to join this crew.                

Chairperson: Teri Schmidt

Penny Pines

Ongoing at monthly meetings

 Tree  Reforestation - Our club has committed to an annual purchase of 4  plantations ($272) to support the Cleveland National Forest  reforestation program. Please make a donation to this worthy cause at  each of our monthly meetings.               

Chairperson: Debbie Canfield


 High School Student Scholarships - April 

Each year we offer scholarships to local high school students  toward any  horticulture related majors.  These scholarships are funded by our  garden tours and seasonal plant sales.  Chairpersons: Rita Eastman, Bernadette Faust 

Floral Design

Ramona Library - The library really appreciates having fresh flowers  from our club members. This project is simple and easy. Cut  some flowers from your garden and take them to the meeting to be either raffled off, donated to the Senior Center and Ramona Library.    Chairperson: Jeannie Metler, Diane McKee