The Garden Club at Palm Coast – Friendships, Gardening & Community

The purpose of The Garden Club at Palm Coast, Inc. is: “To aid in the protection and conservation of plants, birds, trees, air, and water; to stimulate a knowledge and love of horticulture and floral design; to educate members to participate in environmental affairs and to encourage “civic pride.”

The Garden Club at Palm Coast holds its 2023-2024 monthly meetings at the Club 51 Social Club located at 51 Old Kings Road N, Palm Coast. Arrive at 11:30 AM to enjoy lunch along with your fellow club members. The gathering will start at 12:00 PM in the main hall for registration and raffles, and the plant sale will be in the outside pavilion. The meeting will start at 1:00 PM.

In Honor of Sue Bennett-Bara

The Garden Club of Palm Coast has lost a dear friend and member, Sue Bara, and her daughter, Angela, has requested that in lieu of flowers, a donation is made to the GCPC Scholarship Fund. To donate in Sue’s honor, please click the button below:

It’s That Time Again! Membership Renewals

We are now accepting renewals for the 2024-2025 Garden Club year. Dues need to be received by Tuesday, May 28th so I can mail in our Club’s membership dues to the Florida Federation by June 1st. The newly approved Garden Club membership dues are:
Single membership. $50.00
Couple membership. $65.00

Please click here for renewal instructions or to renew online.

Welcome Message From Our President
Dear friends, greetings to all! My name is Denise Garcia. I am honored to be the President of The Garden Club at Palm Coast. Since the founding of our club in 1975, we have been dedicated to gardening, protecting and preserving our environment, and taking pride in our civic duty by contributing to our community in various ways… read more!

How to Become A Garden Club Member

Individual membership is just $50 per year and $65 for couples. For further details or to join, please visit our Club Membership page.

Programs and Projects

Each year the Club participates in many member and community programs and projects. As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for charitable purposes, the Club organizes activities and fund-raisers for worthy causes, including scholarships for local teens. For details or to make a donation, please click here.