Founded over 80 years ago in beautiful Laguna Beach, California, the Laguna Beach Garden Club supports a wide variety of projects related to education in gardening, horticulture, landscape and floral design, conservation, ecology, and bird life. We make annual donations to several local public gardens and arboretums.  Saddleback College horticultural students have benefitted for several years from our scholarship program.  The downtown "Pocket Garden" on Forest Ave. was refurbished through the hard work of our members and we have committed to maintain its beauty indefinitely.

The Annual Spring Garden Tour is a public viewing of several of the loveliest gardens that Laguna Beach residents have to offer.  The tour is our most important fund-raising event and makes possible all of our environmental projects and scholarships.This year our tour will be on the first Saturday in May.

As we make our plans for the future, the members of the Laguna Beach Garden Club remain wholeheartedly committed to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of the community we serve.  We are happy that we can make a difference.

Our regular meetings are at 9:30 the second friday of each month September through May in Tankersley Fellowship Hall of Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Avenue.  The hall is on Second Street midway between Forest Avenue and Mermaid Street.  The entrance to the hall is across the courtyard from the sanctuary. If you are thinking about joining, please join us at our next meeting. For more information email Prdix@aol.com.

The Laguna Beach Garden Club is a 501 c 3 Charitable Organization.

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Laguna Beach, CA 92652

May 9th’s speaker is Paul Isley from Rainforest Flora in Torrance. The nursery is by far the largest in North American boasting the largest numbers of Tillandsias  and Staghorn Ferns in the United States.

Paul is the North American foremost expert on Tillandsias. He will discuss the combination of traits that make Tillandsias unique and why these extraordinary plants can grow without soil. Paul will bring an assortment of Rainforest Flora’s most irresistible, seed-grown specimens that you won’t find your local nursery or big box. No rsvp required.  Visit  www.rainforestflora.com/

Saturday, May 3, 2014
11AM to 4 PM

The Laguna Beach Garden club presents a chance to explore the private gardens of cottages and castles in the historic Crescent Bay neighborhood overlooking the sea. Tickets are $45 in advance or $50 at the door. They may be purchased here online or at the following merchants:

Laguna Drug 239 Broadway, LB
Laguna Nursery 1370 S. Coast Hwy., LB
Coast Pet Supply 880 N. Coast Hwy, LB
Dana Point Nursery 34100 PCH, Dana Point

What’s a Tillandsia?
Attend May’s meeting to Find Out