The Tampa Garden Club is a group of active members and circles committed to promoting and encouraging horticulture and urban gardening, and to promoting the cultivation, preservation, and improvement of the urban landscape through educational programs and direct financial support for organizations dedicated to environmental conservation and civic improvement. Through educational programs, workshops and events, we strive to encourage our neighbors to learn more about the many benefits and beauty of gardening.

The Open House held in September, 2014 was featured in the Tampa Tribune.

The Forget-Me-Not is our award-winning newsletter.  Click the links below to read a few editions.

Forget-Me-Not Spring 2017

Forget-Me-Not Winter 2017

Forget-Me-Not Summer/Fall 2016

2015 Winter

2014 Spring

2014 Winter

 

CLICK THE LINKS BELOW TO READ STORIES FROM LOCAL MEDIA HIGHLIGHTING THE TAMPA GARDEN CLUB IN OUR COMMUNITY:

Tampa Garden Clubs Source of Plants Advice – Tampa Tribune, Sept. 4, 2013

For news on 2017 For the Love of a Garden, go to: http://www.tbo.com/news/amy-scherzers-diary-weekly-wrap-up-of-the-tampa-social-scene-20170215/

For information on the Danny Bernstein speaking engagement, February 8, 2017 at 10 AM:
http://www.tampabay.com/news/humaninterest/hiker-will-speak-on-new-book-commemorating-national-parks-anniversary/2312036

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS JUNE 5-9 Mon.-Fri. Kids in the Garden Summer Camp 28 10AM-12PM “Tilandsia Mountings” (Kathy Echevarria) JULY 6 10AM-12PM “What do I do with my grocery store flowers?” (Casie Holloway) AUGUST 9 10AM-12PM “Rustic Floral Design for any season” (Kathy Echevarria) SEPTEMBER 27 10AM-12PM Board of Directors Meeting OCTOBER 31 10AM-1:30PM Session One New Floral Designs (Carol Lucia) 25 10AM-12PM Board of Directors Meeting NOVEMBER 7 10SM-1:30PM Session Two New Floral Designs (Bess Treadwell) 14 10AM-1:30PM...

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A Tradition Rich in Tampa History!

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A Tradition Rich in Tampa History!

The Tampa Garden Club, a non-profit organization, 501(c)3, began when garden clubs started in Tampa. Several representatives of Tampa garden circles met on January 31, 1928, at the home of Mrs. Sheldon Stringer to form the Tampa Federation of Garden Club Circles. Established groups including Azalea, Bayshore, Founders, Garden Gate, Heights, Old Fashioned, and Rose Circles were represented at that organizational meeting. Mrs. Stringer, then President of Founders, was elected the first President of the Tampa Federation. The Tampa Federation,...

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Venue Rental

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Venue Rental

A Venue with a View   Located on beautiful Bayshore Boulevard, and nestled on over three acres of lush lawns and stunning gardens, The Tampa Garden Club is the perfect backdrop for weddings, corporate affairs, and social events. Click here to learn more

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In the community…

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In the community…

With many community serving events, shows and fundraisers throughout the year, the Tampa Garden Club is constantly working to make our Tampa community a better place to live. Be sure to visit our “In the community section” to learn more about how you can get involved!    

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The Tampa Garden Club is busy in our community. Be sure to check back often as new events are being added.

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The Tampa Garden Club is busy in our community. Be sure to check back often as new events are being added.

The Tampa Garden Club hosts a Flower Show each year to provide members an opportunity to display their prized horticulture and stunning floral designs. This is the largest flower show we have had in several years, filling our ballroom and conservatory.  We want all to take part! For information please contact Pam Slagg at pamslagg@hotmail.com or Kitty Wallace at kittwal@aol.com. The next flower show is planned for April 7-9, 2017, with the theme ‘Paradise Found’. The purpose of a Standard Flower Show is: To educate club members and...

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