The mission of the Naples Garden Club is to provide opportunities for sharing and learning about horticulture, floral design and the environment in a congenial, supportive atmosphere.
Community-wide interest in horticulture, floral design and the environment.
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TOP WINNERS (click on any image to open in lightbox) Naples Style, our Naples Garden Club 2018 Flower Show, was a wonderful look into the culture we share. Bicycle baskets, art, sculpture, photographs, picnics, hats, bags, pots of plants and so much more were all represented in a casual atmosphere in Kapnick Hall and the Events Tent at Naples Botanical Gardens. Sally Lutz, Flower Show Chair, described the vibe … Continue reading →
The last meeting of the year was very productive and a lot of announcements were made. Grants this year will go to Naples Botanical Garden’s Summer Intern Program and Avalon School’s Global Gardening after school program. The Club also gives five scholarships to FGCU students each year from a separate fund. Attendance at this year’s Naples Flower Show was a record breaker at 5688 over the two-day event. Naples Garden … Continue reading →
Flower Arranging Demo in Idea Garden on Friday 3/23 from 3-4pm during 2018 Flower Show. Mary Raymond and her team did a FABULOUS job of showing how guests how to create a “Naples Style” flower arrangement using grocery store flowers during the 2018 Flower Show on Friday, March 23 from 3 – 4 pm. Great crowd, great show! Let’s meet in the Idea Garden for inspiration and creative ideas. Click here … Continue reading →
Monies given to JFCS (Jewish Family and Community Services of Southwest Florida) last spring have brought programs and field trips to over 800 participants. The 43 gatherings of their “Garden Group” to date take place every Thursday. This year of programming is sponsored by Naples Garden Club and has had a Farm to Table theme. Field Trips have included a visit to Farmer Mike’s U Pick in Bonita Springs. The … Continue reading →