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.

Sep 11 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Laguna Presbyterian Church
For the past two decades, Cathy has been a food columnist for the OC Register and Tribune News.
Oct 9 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Laguna Presbyterian Church
Take a walk back in time to the mid-1800s to listen to Kirk Brown as he takes on the persona of Mr. Olmsted, the designer of Central Park in New York , Stanford University , and who was also instrumental in designating Yosemite as a national park. Not to be missed.
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Community Projects

Monarch Butterflies

In honor of Earth Day, April 22, 2015, the Laguna Beach Garden Club planted pesticide free, native milkweed plants at Read more

Sister Cities

On March 24, 2009, the Laguna Beach City Council unanimously approved the development of a Sister City Garden in Heisler Read more

Hummingbird Aviary

Monique Rae captured our hearts with her stories of rescued hummingbirds at our January 9, 2015 meeting. We were so Read more

Club News

The Mind Behind LBGC’s New Logo

The Laguna Beach Garden Club recently commissioned Bill Atkins to design two new logos for our organization, one for our club and one for our annual Gate & Garden Tour. The Pelargonium, the official flower of Laguna Beach since 1956, Read more

Tree of Life Nursery


On May 22, 2015, many members of LBGC began our day with a tour of the Tree of Life Nursery. Our most recent speaker, Mike Evens led us on an excursion of the nursery’s operations, where over 500 species and Read more

Staghorn Ferns


Our last Green Thumb project of the year was all about Staghorn Ferns. As always, Natalie did a fabulous job. However, she outdid herself with this class. Not only did we gain an incredible amount of knowledge, Read more