Our Mission

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 and supportive atmosphere.

Our Vision

Community-wide interest in horticulture, floral design and the environment.

MAKE A CONTRIBUTION

For over seventy years, the Naples Garden Club has made a measurable impact on the greater Naples community through charitable contributions. We are very grateful to all who wish to support the mission of the Naples Garden Club in giving back to our community.

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Inspired Arrangements – Floral Design -Paula Pryke

March 4, 2024 – KAPNICK HALL 

AFTERNOON SESSION AVAILABLE ONLY

She has been called “ Most brilliant Florist” and “The best florist in London”.
Meet Paula Pryke, who opened a little flower shop in 1988 and went on to change the face of British floristry with her cutting edge, innovative designs. Paula is a world renowned florist, speaker and author of 16 books which have been translated into 13 languages.

 

Join us in the Idea Garden! NGC’s Idea Garden at Naples Botanical Garden was created in 2010 as a place to inspire and encourage visitors to grow plants, flowers, and vegetables in unusual and creative ways.

Visit today and get inspired!

A World of Wonders

Join us April 5-6, 2024

The Naples Flower Show™, partnering with Naples Botanical Garden, is the largest juried Flower Show in southwest Florida. Attended by more than 5000 people annually, there are Floral Designs, Horticulture, Botanical Arts, Educational Displays, Live Demonstrations and a Garden Market.

February 1, 2025

The House & Garden Tour™ is the Naples Garden Club’s™ major fundraiser.  For 66 years the Tour has been a highlight of the season.  This perennially sold-out event showcases four extraordinary homes with inspiring gardens and floral designs created by talented Naples Garden Club™ members.  Funds raised support the Club’s mission.

Our vision is community-wide interest in horticulture, floral design, and the environment. The following donations this year supported this goal:

  • Avalon School Global Garden
  • Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
  • Cypress Cove Landkeepers
  • Guadeloupe Center
  • Grace Place
  • Endowed fund to a FGCU student studying Environmental Science
  •  Naples Botanical Garden