PoCo Garden Club

The PoCo Garden Club is a non-profit gardening club in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.

The club encourages the beautification of Port Coquitlam as a city of gardens, and enhances the enjoyment of gardening for its members and the community through:

  • Trimming lavendereducational speakers at monthly meetings
  • garden field trips
  • special events like plant sales, plant exchanges, and open gardens
  • local volunteering with community projects

Anyone with an interest in gardening is welcome to join. Our members range from casual gardeners to professional horticulturalists, and have a wide variety of interests including vegetables, roses, herbs, rockeries, greenhouses, and water gardening.

We’d love to hear from you! Please contact us if you have any questions, and come visit a meeting as our guest.

38 Responses to PoCo Garden Club

  1. Susan Woodworth says:

    Hello I’m interested in buying a wooden planter. I saw them displayed at your sale at Trinity Church in PoCo at your last sale… I wondered if you could give me his contact info so I may contact him and buy one?
    Susan W

  2. Sherie says:

    Hi there,
    I am interested in coming to a meeting and joining the garden club. I also now do the lawn mowing for Trinity and wanted to introduce myself. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to make it to your plant sale today!
    I look forward to hearing from you.

  3. Mitra Baraty says:

    Please send me an information how to donate plants for plant sale on May 14th and how to volunteer for plant sale.

  4. Christina Lo says:

    Please let me know when and where can I join the meeting + membership information. Thank you.

  5. Sally says:

    Can you please send me membership info.
    Thank you

  6. Christie Chersak says:

    Hi There,
    I am interested in joining your Garden Club! I am very passionate about nature and gardening, and would love the opportunity to expand my knowledge and skills. Can you please let me know the date and time of your next scheduled meeting so that I may attend? Thank you kindly.
    Best Regards,

  7. Malinda says:

    How do I become a member?

  8. Bettina says:

    I have horse manure for free pick up only (Maple Ridge).
    Any interest?

  9. Adelaide says:

    Hi there,

    I have some plastic pots etc that I am looking to give away, just wondering if your gardening club could use any of them. They’re fairly basic, plastic pots and a couple of wire pot frames.

  10. Heather. says:

    Good Day.

    I have some plant fertilizers and nutrients for donation. Pick up is in Bby Royal Oak area. Please share my email address with your members so they can contact me to make arrangements for them to stop by and choose some bottles.

    Thank you Heather.

  11. Lisa Cairns says:

    Hi there. I am interested in joining a gardening club. We live in Burke mountain which is officially Coquitlam. Do you have to live in poco to join.
    Any fees?

    • Glad to hear from a potential new member! No, you do not have to live in PoCo to be a member! The current fee is given on the “Membership- How to Join” page. (Check for it on the menu bar at the top of this page.) Please join us at the next meeting! 🙂

  12. Susan Walter says:

    I recently hosted an Open Garden, and was delighted to welcome approximately 35 PoCo Garden Club members. I gave a special welcome to new club members — it was good to meet you! If you haven’t yet opened your garden to the club, please do consider doing this. It is wonderful for members to be inspired by your garden, and doubly satisfying to have others compliment you on your work. No-one expects perfection so don’t feel intimidated. Just go ahead and sign up to be a host. You’ll love doing this!

  13. Susan Walter says:

    A great big thanks to our new blog editor Nora! We are so fortunate to have an expert looking after this!

  14. Dorothy Chu says:

    I would like to know more about the future events, thanks.

  15. dee cee says:

    when is your annual plant sale. looked ALL over & can not find a time or place

  16. Eurilda says:

    Would love you to add after the words ‘community projects’ (see above) the last part of #2. b of our constitution “and thereby help to beautify a small part of our world”.

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