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Cape Fear Garden Club, Inc.
Azalea Belles
Civic Improvements Committee
The Garden Club of North Carolina, Inc.
The South Atlantic Region of National Garden Clubs, Inc.
National Garden Clubs, Inc.
– Links to other garden clubs
The Elizabethan Gardens.

“The Elizabethan Gardens is located adjacent to The Lost Colony’s Waterside Theatre and Fort Raleigh National Historic Park on Roanoke Island nestled near North Carolina’s Outer Banks. The gardens are open year-round, seven days a week.”

North Carolina Azalea Festival

“Celebrate Spring Southern Style at the North Carolina Azalea Festival”

New Hanover County Arboretum
New Hanover County Cooperative Extension Service
Airlie Gardens  in Wilmington, NC

“Airlie continues to amaze visitors with its breathtaking combination of formal gardens, wildlife, historic structures, walking trails, sculptures, views of Bradley Creek, 10-acres of freshwater lakes, more than 100,000 azaleas and the grandeur of the 467-year-old Airlie Oak.”

Consumer Horticulture
NC State University – NC Cooperative Extension Service
North Carolina Botanical Garden at UNC Chapel Hill
JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University
Cape Fear Botanical Garden Fayettville, NC
Center for Plant Conservation Mission: To Conserve and restore the rare native plants of the United States.
UNCW Arboretum
The Plants Database

For detailed information/photos on any plant.

Dave’s Garden

An online forum “for gardeners, by gardeners.”

North Carolina Wildlife Federation
National Audubon Society
Encore Azalea
Azalea Society of America
Brussels’ Flower Carpet
Gardening Carolina

An online forum

North Carolina Community Foundation Click here to make a donation to the Cape Fear Garden Club, Inc Beautification Endowment

Upcoming Events

  • June 4th - 10th
    National Garden Week
  • June 4th 1:30-4:30 PM, Gardening with Cape Fear Garden Club at the Cape Fear Museum
    Click here for more details.
  • November 4th
    Save the Date for "A Southern Soiree: Celebrating our Southern Beauty"
  • February 11, 2025
    Our Centennial