The mission of the Naples Garden Club is to foster appreciation and understanding of horticulture, design and the environment by providing opportunities for learning and sharing because we value teamwork, creativity, friendship, community involvement and education.
2018 House & Garden Tour Tickets Sold Out!
The tour has sold out! Did you miss the opportunity to purchase tickets? There is a waitlist. Click here to add you name to the waitlist.
We will again have a traditional raffle in the Hospitality Tent the day of the House & Garden Tour but we are taking it to a new level by making the raffle accessible online to members of the Garden Club as well as to the public. It was launched the end of November and already we have sold hundreds of tickets. It’s fun and easy–all you do is go on … Continue reading →
Sporting a plaid shirt and a southern drawl, James Farmer is a professional garden, floral and interior designer. His passions include cooking and entertaining and he’s a lifestyle expert. James is an editor-at-large at Southern Living magazine as well as appearing on TV and radio. He has written 8 books, including A Time To Plant, A Time To Celebrate, Wreaths For All Seasons and the latest titled A Place to … Continue reading →
The Idea Garden Committee is pleased to announce that the second phase of the Special Installation, a home for Irma the Succulent Alligator in the Idea Garden, is underway. Thanks to Brian Galligan, Nick Evy and other members of the staff, the large and very heavy boulders that will anchor the spot are now in place. Our committee will begin to create the special ‘Everglades Environment’ that will beckon NBG … Continue reading →
At the December 4 General Membership Meeting Donna McGinnis, President and CEO of the Naples Botanical Garden, spoke to the Naples Garden Club about the close relationship that the Botanical Garden has with our Club. She thanked us for our donation to the Garden which was the first major contribution to the Replant and Regrow fund, established to repair the devastation of Hurricane Irma. Our club’s $30,000 donation, which represents most … Continue reading →