Who We Are

The Talbot County Garden Club is known for its “good and green works” that benefit the Talbot County community. The club was established in 1917 to enhance the natural beauty of the local environment by sharing knowledge of gardening, maintaining civic gardens, supporting civic greening projects, encouraging the conservation of natural resources, and fostering the art of flower arranging. Noteworthy projects include grounds maintenance at the Talbot Historical Society, Talbot County Free Library (Easton), and the Fountain and Children’s Gardens in Idlewild Park; greenery installations for Easton’s Rail Trail and U.S. Post Office; plus an ever-growing number of outreach activities. There are currently 112 active, associate and honorary members.

Seven Stunning Homes and Gardens to be Featured on the 2024 Talbot County Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage Tour!

Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 11, 2024! The Talbot County tour will feature seven stunning properties of historical significance. Grand sweeping estates, two largely untouched 1700s homes, beautiful landscapes and floral arrangements, and inspiring homes packed with unique touches.

Presented by the Talbot County Garden Club to help restore two historic churches in Trappe, MD: Scotts United Methodist and Saint Paul’s Episcopal.

Find out all the details and purchase tickets here!

Want a sneak peak of TCGC’s Talbot County Tour of the Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage?

Join Pilgrimage co-chairs Zandi Nammack and Kim Eckert for a glimpse into the magnificent homes to be featured on the 2024 tour.

March 27, 2024, at 11 am at the Talbot County Free Library in Easton. Free and open to the public.