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 magnificent Melaleuca Tree in Heisler Park. Ruben Flores has been on a mission to save this beautiful tree from the many climbers it has been supporting for too many years. Its limbs are damaged, and Read more

School Gardens

The Laguna Beach Garden Club embraces school gardens throughout Laguna Beach. We believe in the many educational benefits children obtain with hands-on gardening. Gardening activities engage students in a learning process not available in classrooms. We financially support school gardens at El Morro and Top of the World Elementary Schools, Thurston Middle School, Laguna Beach Read more

Monarch Butterflies

In honor of Earth Day, April 22, 2015, the Laguna Beach Garden Club planted pesticide free, native milkweed plants at local schools and in our community. Milkweed plants are the single food source for the Monarch butterfly caterpillar. The Monarch butterflies have been steadily declining for more than a decade, and although scientists are unsure Read more

Civic Beautification

In 1999, our club was offered an opportunity to participate in an exciting civic beautification garden project. This garden, located in Laguna Beach has been established and maintained since that time. This pocket garden, or plaza, was originally established in 1984 by Walter von Gremp with a vision of a European sitting garden in the Read more

Hortense Miller Garden

Established in 1959, the garden covers two and one half acres of the upper slopes of Boat Canyon in Laguna Beach, California. The Garden demonstrates the range of plants that can be grown in Southern California coastal zones. It provides a source of visual information and inspiration for visitors planning their own gardens. The use Read more