The Coral Gables Garden Club was founded in 1925. Today we are a dynamic group of nearly 150 members who raise money and awareness for important environmental, conservation, scholarships, community projects, and programs. Below are some of the major initiatives of our 501(c)-3 organization. Please peruse our website to see all projects or click on a project name to learn more.

Established to encourage the development of research, documentation, and teaching skills in horticulture, botany, landscape design, conservation, environmental studies, sea-level rise, coral reef restoration, or any other natural science subject.

Project Canopy
An ambitious new project to increase the urban canopy and plant trees in our public schools.

Penny Pines
The Coral Gables Garden Club supports the Penny Pines conservation program - a unique partnership between the USDA Forest Service and National Garden Club to replant national forests damaged by fire, hurricanes, or other natural catastrophes.

Mangrove Project
The Coral Gables Garden Club began the Red Mangrove Project in 2013, an initiative to restore mangroves to our coastal area.

Garden Therapy
Garden Therapy has been an ongoing and satisfying initiative for many years. Garden club members visit a Coral Gables seniors residence to share time and spread joy with arms full of flowers helping residents create beautiful arrangements to take back to their rooms.

Mail-in check option

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Please make your check payable to "Coral Gables Garden Club" and mail to our Financial Secretary:

France Ingraham
1240 Ferdinand Ave
Coral Gables, FL 33134