We are a group of active members, 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 members and our neighbors to learn more about the many benefits and beauty of gardening. We are members of the National Garden Club and the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs.
American Legion Cemetery
Peter O. Knight original home
Plant Park Grounds
Hillsborough Community College Campus
Tampa Heights Community Garden
In addition to the above major landscaping projects, a great number of small beautification projects and school gardens are attributed to the hard work of Tampa Garden Club members.
Help Us Grow
As a member of the Tampa Garden Club you will join others who share your love of gardening and a desire to foster a more beautiful and “joyous” place to live.
Joining as a Member-at-Large, you will enjoy early notification and access to special events, entrance into our Flower Show, information on upcoming classes, and volunteering opportunities! Annual membership is $50.
If you are interested in joining a garden circle, please click here and a club member will get in touch with you.
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. You are welcome to choose your caterer, decorator, photographer, musician, etc. or choose from our list of preferred vendors.
Request a Tour of
Our Beautiful Venue!
Venue tours are available Monday to Friday from 10:30 am until 4:30 pm. While we will attempt to accommodate your requested date and time, availability is dependent upon current venue calendar.
Arbor Day Project
Each circle arranged for a new tree to be planted at a location providing community service.
Trees were planted at Morning Star School, Roosevelt Elementary School, Metropolitan Ministries, Tampa Heights Northsite Community Center, among others.