Like us on Facebook        Click Here to go shopping through FFGC








Inger and Mona in their Spare Time at Broward County’s NatureScape Meeting



The Garden Club of Lighthouse Point
"LET'S BLOOM TOGETHER"



Inger Jones
President of the Garden Club of Lighthouse Point
2017-2019

WELCOME

Did you know that our garden club has been in existence since 1958? Did you know that gardenclub members were instrumental in raising funds to purchase street trees? Did you know that garden club members were on the committee to become the 5 th city in the State to be a certified National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat along with a Tree City.

We do more than just green your thumb.  We connect you with people, plants, and programs and provide inspiration, information and valuable resources. We continue to protect our Florida’s environment due to climate change as we see the abuses to our landscape, our air, our water. As stewards of the land it is our responsibility to educate our members and the public to the seriousness of what is confronting “La Florida”.

Garden Club will help you understand how to become a responsible steward of the land and to realize that our gardens are a living, vibrant part of our landscape. Learn to choose the “RIGHT PLANT – RIGHT PLACE” for your garden and why.

Inger

 “LET’S BLOOM TOGETHER’





Membership in the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. is open to all regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity or religious affiliation

Member Log In

FFGC President
Claudia Bates
"Plant Bloom and Grow with Us"





DSGC Director
Anne McCormck
"Plant America Southern Style"





NGC President
Nancy Hargroves
"Plant America"

There is a video from NGC

Garden Club Video


Click on the YouTube to play


 Hear Ye! Hear Ye!


City, County and State News


Advice from a Gardener
 
"Cultivate" lasting friendships
Sow "seeds" of kindness
Listen to "sage" advice
Don't let the little things "bug" you
Be outstanding in your "field"
Take "thyme" for yourself!
No "vining"!!

Our Mission Statement: “To further the education of the members and the public in the fields of gardening, horticulture, botany, floral design, landscape design, environmental awareness through the conservation of natural resources, civic beautification, nature studies, and to instill in our youth the love of gardening and the respect and protection of the environment.”

What’s a Garden Club anyway??

This question usually evokes visions of “ladies wearing hats, sipping tea in their gardens, admiring their flowers” This is partly true, but did you know that the Ladies Garden Club of Athens, Georgia in 1891 founded the first club and 38 years later to become a National Organization, known as National Garden Clubs or “NGC”. It spans the United States, District of Columbia with international affiliates of Mexico and South America. NGC boasts over 7,000 garden clubs with membership over 221,000, making it the largest volunteer organization in the world! In 1925 Florida joined NGC and is known as Florida Federation of Garden Clubs or “FFGC”. Today its membership is over 17,000 members. The state is divided into twelve districts, with Broward County being District XI. Broward County is the smallest with 370 members and 7 clubs, 8 circles. The clubs are located Coral Springs, Hollywood, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Lighthouse Point, Oakland Park, Pompano Beach and Fort Lauderdale with its 8 circles. Updated 2011

If you love gardening, flowering plants/bushes/trees, birds, herbs, butterflies, water gardens, floral design, garden clubs have it. Want to learn more about protecting our environment and the conservation of our natural resources and our water, garden clubs have it. Want to get involved in community projects, garden clubs have it “ALL”.

So, if you want to meet new friends and hear interesting programs, attend a garden clubs meeting. To find out more and find a garden club in your area, visit District XI’s website.  You just might meet someone from your hometown, who is just like you!
by Helene Pasin and Inger Jones

Web maintenance by Libby Curnow

 Web architecture and marketing by DePalmaEnterprises
Please contact our WebMaster with questions and  comments