Welcome to the Eureka Chapter


Chapter Garden Tours – open to everyone

 Sunday, May 22:  Singing Tree Gardens Nursery, noon -3 pm.

5225 Dow’s Prairie Road, McKinleyville


Stagecoach Hill Azalea Preserve at peak bloom

Sunday June 5, 2022, 

1:00 p.m. 


➤  You can put Stagecoach Hill Azalea Nature Trail in your navigator or mapping app.

➤  More information about the State Park and a map to the site is available here:  Stagecoach Hill Azalea Nature Trail, California State Parks


Upcoming Presentations and meetings

The next monthly meeting of the Eureka Chapter is Thursday, September 22, 2022.

We do not yet know if we will have the meeting in person or via Zoom. It will be one or the other. It won’t be both as we tried in April and learned is not feasible at our venue. We will let our mail list members know as soon as we determine the locale. Please sign up for our emails if you are not yet on our mail list. Sign up here.

     To attend the meeting in person: Join us at the Eureka Woman’s Club,  1531 J Street in Eureka beginning at 7 p.m. Masks are optional. Bring your own refreshment as we won’t be serving any this month. We will have a few plants available for a raffle and Don will share about them as he has at past meetings.
     To join the Zoom meeting:  Click on the big red button below by 7 pm to assure we get everyone in before the presentation begins.  Please expect the presentation to begin shortly after 7 pm as we get the live meeting settled in and the video queued up.  We thank you in advance for your patience.  


Eureka Chapter Spring Plant Sale is Ongoing

The Eureka Chapter Annual Plant Sale is ongoing and there are still a few nice 1 gallon rhododendrons to choose from.

Call for an appointment,
Call Tim and June
707-498-2337
2027 Irving Drive, Eureka CA
(Humboldt Hill)

You can preview the plants by clicking [ here ].


ARS Honors Twenty-Nine Rhododendrons as “Rhododendron of the Year

     The American Rhododendron Society (ARS) has bestowed the honor of “Rhododendron of the Year” (ROY) to twenty-nine plants across 8 regions of the U.S. and Canada. To be selected for a ROY award a plant must have excellent foliage and flowers, have an attractive plant habit, be pest and disease resistant and be cold hardy for the region.

See the plants by clicking here.


Video Recordings of Past Presentations

Recordings (YouTube) of some of our presentations are available. Check them out:

Don Wallace: ‘Fragrant & Fancy – Bringing Fragrance into the Showiest Rhododendron Flowers’ (Presented to Eureka Chapter April 28, 2022).


Bruce Palmer: ‘What’s in a Name’ (Presented to Eureka Chapter December 2, 2021).


Marc Colombel: ‘Rhododendron Propagation by an Amateur for Amateurs’ (Presented to Eureka Chapter March 25,2021).


Don Wallace: ‘Pruning Rhododendrons – Timing, Technique and Why to Prune’ (recorded 12/03/20