About Tryon Garden Club
Tryon Garden Club's History
Since 1928, the Tryon Garden Club members have been dedicated to the advancement of gardening and the protection of wildflowers, birds and wildlife. Today, we are a vibrant group of individuals, coming from all walks of life and experiences. We are united by a common interest in contributing to our magnificent natural world. Whether in our gardens or at Pearson’s Falls and Glen, we are fulfilling the Club’s mission – to protect, beautify and educate. In 2018, the Club celebrated its 90th Anniversary.
The Club is active in three general areas:
Preserving and protecting Pearson’s Falls and Glen and making it available for public enjoyment
Civic beautification including the Tryon Depot Garden
Education of our members and the community at-large
Upcoming Programs & Events
More events coming soon!
Our mission also includes collaborating with others. We are active in our local community, supporting local businesses and non-profits who share common goals. These include:
We are also a proud supporter of:
Pearson’s Falls and Glen is noted as a Blue Ridge Natural Heritage Site, a North Carolina Birding Trail Site, and is included in the Smithsonian Institution Archives of American Gardens.
Community Grant Funds
In 2022, the Tryon Garden Club established a community grant fund focused on local beautification projects. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you live in Tryon, Columbus, Saluda, Landrum, Flat Rock or farther afield, we warmly welcome new members to the Club. For further information, contact Jackie Weedon at email@example.com. Click below to Download Membership Application.