Roswell Garden Club Gardens at Smith Plantation
In 2002 RGC established an antique rose garden on the grounds of the 1800's Archibald Smith Plantation. The rose garden, which covers 800 square feet along the main pathway, contains twenty-five varieties of antique roses. RGC also donated a bench for the rose garden.
The RGC continues the upkeep of the rose garden; deadheading, pruning, spraying and mulching when necessary. Each spring RGC donates annuals and perennials for the Plantation House grounds.
The Club maintains the teak bench the members donated to the rose garden.
The Club also maintains a Heritage Hydrangea Garden and a Kitchen Garden. They also maintain a "Plant It Pink" garden that was started on the grounds in 2009 to promote Breast Cancer awareness, with pink tulips, pink daylilies, pink hydrangea and pink daffodils.
Each year, beginning in 2007, the Club participates in Fall Farm Days on Smith Plantation grounds. The Club provides crafts for children and sells lunch and baked goods, as well as decorating for the festival. The Club received the Garden Club of Georgia "Public Relations" trophy for this project in 2009.