Who We Are

The Talbot County Garden Club was established in 1917 to help enrich the natural beauty of the environment by sharing knowledge of gardening, fostering the art of flower arranging, maintaining civic projects, supporting projects that benefit Talbot County, and encouraging the conservation of natural resources. Noteworthy projects include: maintaining the grounds of the Talbot Historical Society, Talbot County Free Library, and the Five Corner's Fountain Garden, and Frances Plate Children’s Garden at Idlewild Park, as well as numerous other activities.

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Mark Your Calendars for the 2022 Talbot County House and Garden Pilgrimage!

The Talbot County portion of the Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage will take place the Saturday of Mother’s Day weekend — May 7, 2022.

The tour will take place as scheduled, even in inclement weather!

Tickets may be purchased online for $35 or on-site the day of the event for $40.

Properties on the tour include the William Mason Shehan House, Third Haven Friends Meeting House, Riverbank, Shipshead Farm, Leggacy, Gross Coate Farm, and Ashby – all in Easton. The tour will also cover a stop at the award-winning Talbot Historical Society Gardens, which are lovingly maintained by the Talbot County Garden Club.

Click here for more information about each of the properties on the tour and to view the tour map.

A delicious $17.00 box lunch will be available by reservation only. Lunches may be picked up at the Third Haven Friends Meeting House on May 7, between 10:30 AM to 1:30 p.m. Click here for lunch information.


TCGC Archives Donated to Talbot County Free Library

Pat Lewers and Martha Horner have been compiling albums covering the Club’s history for 10 years. The volumes, filled with historical information about the Club and Talbot County, were recently donated to the Talbot County Free Library in Easton and are available to the public.

Lewers and Horner, as well as Caroline Benson and Virginia Sappington were featured in video interviews in the Spy about the project.

If you missed the interviews in the Talbot Spy about the Club’s archives project, click here to watch.

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