Welcome To The
Laguna Beach Garden Club

Growing & Giving Since 1928

Our Mission

The Laguna Beach Garden Club is committed to the advancement of gardening, horticulture, ecology and conservation through education and participation in related community projects

Our Next Big Event Is Right Around The Corner!

Guests/Non-members are invited to join us for one of our meetings to learn more about the Laguna Beach Garden Club and how to become a member.

As always, our members are welcome to enjoy all of our meeting and guest speakers.

Oct 27 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm Arabella Laguna
Nov 11 @ 9:30 am Tankersley hall - Laguna Presbyterian Church
Sean is the owner of Cistus Nursery on Sauvie Island in Oregon. Cistus continues a nearly two-decade-long commitment to testing plant performance in the Portland area and providing interesting and unusual, climate-appropriate plants for the Pacific Northwest, the West and far beyond.  Through extensive speaking and plant collecting throughout the world, Sean continues to exchange[...]
Dec 9 @ 9:30 am Tankersley Hall - Laguna Presbyterian Church
The use of vines and climbers in formal and natural garden settings will be discussed with an emphasis on clematis.  Learn about an amazing array of vines, both classic and new, suited to a wide variety of growing conditions in all colors of the rainbow. Schedule: Social Hour – 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Meeting[...]
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Community Projects

Melaleuca Tree in Heisler Park

The Laguna Beach Garden Club, Laguna Beach Beautification Council, and the City of Laguna have collaborated by planting around the Read more

Rose Garden in Heisler Park

In August, the Laguna Beach Garden Club and Laguna Beach Beautification Council collaborated to refurbish the Rose Garden in Heisler Read more

School Gardens

The Laguna Beach Garden Club embraces school gardens throughout Laguna Beach. We believe in the many educational benefits children obtain Read more

Club News

Hypertufa Pots

This Green Thumb event was so popular that Nancy and Wendy had to add a second day so all who wanted to create a Hypertufa pot or two, could. Everyone had fun; everyone got muddy, and everyone went home with Read more

Living Succulent and Cut Flower Arrangement

This was a fun project for everyone, as each participant was able to easily create their own professional looking work of art. Some wanted their arrangements to be a miniature fairy garden design, while others preferred to create a decorative Read more

San Diego Botanic Gardens

Laguna Beach Garden Club members piled into cars and drove down to the San Diego Botanic Gardens on Friday, February 26 2016. The weather was gorgeous with light breezes and sunshine. We were supposed to have a docent but that Read more