NOTICE:  our 2016 Garden & Home Tour will take place on July 30, 2016.

This change from the first Saturday of August was made due to circumstances beyond our control.

Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taosis a 501(c)3 civic organization and a valuable resource for high desert gardeners in Taos County, New Mexico.  Membership dues and fundraisers are the primary means by which grants to local organizations are funded and objectives of the Club are met.  Member volunteers contribute their time for the beautification of Taos.  The major fund-raising event is the annual Garden & Home Tour.

MEETINGS are held in Taos on the third Thursday of the month between February and October and are open to the public.  At each meeting an invited speaker presents a program on a subject directed to the interests and needs of high desert gardeners. Past topics have included: edible landscapes, permaculture, container gardening, orchid care, selecting the right tree, native and flowering shrubs, raising herbs and vegetables, xeriscape principles, and beneficial insects.

MEMBERSHIP includes free admission to the annual Garden & Home Tour held on the first Saturday in August (in exchange for four hours volunteer work in support of the tour), as well as to our Members Only Tour in July.  Members also receive discounts from local businesses.

 A Brief History of Los Jardineros...

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Upcoming Events of Interest

11 Jun 2016 8:30 AM (MDT) • Meet at the KTAOS parking lot
16 Jun 2016 9:30 AM (MDT) • Taos Tennis Meeting Room, 88 State Road 150, El Prado
14 Jul 2016 9:30 AM (MDT) • Tour map and directions will be emailed or mailed to all members.
30 Jul 2016 9:00 AM (MDT) • Taos County
15 Sep 2016 9:30 AM (MDT) • Taos Tennis Meeting Room, 88 State Road 150, El Prado
17 Sep 2016 9:00 AM (MDT) • Lumina Fine Art 11 State Rd 230, Arroyo Seco

The hollyhock was selected as the official flower of Los Jardineros in 1949, the first year of the club. Members collected hollyhock seeds for planting along streets, alleyways, and throughout the countryside around Taos.

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