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.

Feb 12 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Laguna Presbyterian Church
Laguna Beach Garden Club will hold its annual Valentine Container Auction on Friday, February 12, 2016. The members fashion one-of-a-kind holiday-themed containers of creative shapes and colors. All visitors are welcome to attend. As it is the second largest fundraiser of the year, all proceeds will be going to our school garden programs that promote[...]
Mar 11 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Laguna Presbyterian Church
An award-winning landscape architect from Ojai and Santa Monica, Carolyn will discuss the importance of historic gardens.
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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 Read more

Club News

Nursery Hopping – JANUARY 2016

We had another great field trip on Friday, January 22. We piled into cars and headed down to San Diego County to visit the always great Waterwise Botanicals where I’m sure most of us spent too much money! Next, we Read more

Giftwrap – January 2016

Natalie’s garden is such an imaginative environment, the absolute perfect place to create January’s Green Thumb project – Botanical Gift Wrap. Although a bit drizzly and cold, all worked together to produce yards of organically unique patterns of plant material Read more

Kelly Griffin: Madagascar – Plantasy Fantasy

Kelly Griffin, manager of Succulent Plant Development for Altman Plants in northern San Diego County (the largest producer of succulents in the country) presented a compilation of his four different plant expeditions to Madagascar (to date) in his talk entitled, Read more