Gardening News & Information

Occasionally COGC will publish gardening news or information of interest to all gardeners. Check this page for new items.

September 26, 2020

Pre-Order your Baker Creek 2021 Whole Seed Catalog

The 2021 Whole Seed Catalog is available now for
pre-order — and it ships free! This 500-page catalog is Baker Creek’s biggest and best yet, bursting with exciting new heirloom varieties from around the globe, plus recipes, articles, advice on growing and saving heirloom seed, and comprehensive histories of precious heirloom strains. It contains over 1,000 of the very best heirloom varieties we offered in 2020. The Whole Seed Catalog earns praise for its full-color design and breathtaking photography, and this one for 2021 will not disappoint. It is a must have for the coffee table, and it will surely be treasured for years to come.


The Whole Seed Catalog has come to be regarded as the preeminent resource for amazing heirloom/open-pollinated seeds, as well as cutting-edge information for and about the pure food movement.

Allow 4-6 weeks for arrival, as it ships separately. International customers can order the same catalog for international delivery here. The Whole Seed catalog will also be available on newsstands from December 3rd through February at a variety of retail locations, including Barnes and Noble, Tractor Supply, Dollar General and more!

You can request our beautiful free catalog here:



April 13, 2019
COGC Organic Vegetable Plant Sale

Saturday, April 13, 8 AM to 3 PM
5081 Flamingo Circle
Huntington Beach, California
The California Organic Gardening Club is holding a neighborhood plant sale. If you missed out on last weekend’s Green Scene Plant Sale this is a great opportunity for you to stock your vegetable garden.
Our plants are in 3-inch and 4-inch pots. All plants were grown organically from organic and non-GMO seeds.
Locally grown hot and sweet peppers, eggplants, cucumbers, squash and more!
Experienced gardeners will be on hand to advise you on selecting and growing your own homegrown vegetables.


September 10, 2017 – COGC will need a new secretary as Pam will be resigning as of December.


August 16, 2017
These two articles were taken from
Waconiah – Newsletter of Pacific Region Garden Clubs – August 2017.

The Buzz: Not all Plants are Safe for Bees
by Josie Goodenow, Bees Chairman
by Janet Petersen, Invasives Chairman