The Red Hill Garden Club of Alexandria, Virginia, is a group of women who share common interests in gardening, horticulture and flower arranging. The club provides monthly programs and activities to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of these interests.
"Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom." Marcel Proust
The yearbook is produced and distributed annually to members; an online version is also available. Contact the Yearbook Committee to request password access.
AN ALEXANDRIA GHOST STORY
Red Hill Garden Club, founded in 1955, was named for the area of roads branching off old Braddock Road, which was originally known as Red Hill. Charter members of the club lived in this area. Read More