Fort Lauderdale Garden Club, Inc.
3109 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
The Fort Lauderdale Garden Club is located in
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park on the beach at A1A.
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SPECIAL Dedication / Meeting on
Friday, November 9, 2018 @ 9:30
Besides our regular monthly meeting, we are having the dedication of 124 trees and shrubs donated
by the Fort Lauderdale Garden Club to Hugh Taylor Birch State Park.
The dedication will occur at 10:00
at the front entrance of Hugh Taylor Birch State Park.
City officials including Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis
will be attending. We expect the press and photographers to be there.
Please be at the park at 9:30.
Park your car as usual by the Garden Center.
Get together with other members and carpool to the front.
Try to get as many members into one car as possible.
We need the front area parking spots to be available for our guests.
Main Program: “Special Designs in
Everyday Containers” presented by Cindy Rieger,
Master Judge Emeritus, Award Winning Florial Designer"
Mission: Encouraging the study of plant life and the cultivation and
growing of flowers, trees and shrubs;
All General Meetings, are open to the Public and free of charge.
Let the park ranger know you are going to the Garden Club meeting.
General Meetings are held at the Glenn F. Bates Garden Center
Main Entrance on Sunrise Boulevard.
Pink Ginger Plant, (Alpinia purpurata)
we are a not-for-profit organization.
The Fort Lauderdale Garden Club, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Aechmea Fulgens Bromeliad
District XI (Broward County) and District XII (Miami-Dade County)
are co-sponsoring NGC's Flower Show School
Click for the Brochure in PDF
Course 1 starts November 12 - 14, 2018 at Fort Lauderdale's Garden Center.
This course is open to everyone, whether you want to
become an NGC Flower Show Judge or not.
There are four courses in the series,
and you must take Course 1 in order to continue on to Course 2, 3, and 4.
"Celebrating 90 Years" a Standard Flower Show (2018)
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The Fort Lauderdale Garden Club, Inc. is an organization committed to:
Stimulating the love of gardening in our members and in our community:
Encouraging the study of plant life and the cultivation and growing of flowers,
trees and shrubs.
These are just a few of our mission statements, come to a meeting and be a part of a
group that enjoys learning and growing together.
The Fort Lauderdale Garden Club (FLGC) are members of the following organizations:
DSR (Deep South Region)
NGC (National Garden Clubs)
FFGC (Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. District XI
|The Goals of Our Organization Are
||Our Ongoing Projects Include
Education Charity & Public Welfare
To encourage the cultivation, growth and
development of flowers plants, shrubs,
treesand the study of plant life
To stimulate the knowledge and
love of gardening.
To assust in preserving our environment
& the beautification and safety
of Florida Highways.
The Annie Beck Library see the Annie
Youth Gardending / Wekiva Youth Camp
An Adult and a Youth Flower Show
Horticulture Education & Floral Design
We are instrumental in the placing of the
Blue Star Memorial on our Highways.
We maintain a Speaker Bureau & encourage Bird Habitats.
A lovely Butterfly and Hummingbird Garden surround
our headquarters in Birch State Park.
The Fort Lauderdale Garden Club, Inc.,
Federated Garden Circles of Fort Lauderdale, Inc.) is
a member of:
American Horticulture Society
Fairchild Botanical Gardens
Sensory Garden at
Fort Lauderdale Garden Club
has maintained the Sensory Garden
the lighthouse since the garden
was first created.
months of the year one of the club's
Circles or MAL groups, visit the garden
and provide services such as weeding,
Link to District X1 Director Joanne Nelson
We support the partnership between
National Garden Clubs and Habitat
for Humanity by donating monetarily and physically
by joining with volunteers from other organizations in landscaping
Habitat homes in
In the year 2006, the Club was recognized for
their ongoing work
and was awarded the Emerald
Award Broward County's highest environmental award.
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