Plant ~ Protect ~ Promote Beauty

Do you enjoy puttering around in your garden and are interested in learning more about what plants, shrubs, trees, tropical plants and flowers do well in Florida and make new friends? Then join our Garden Club today!  At The Garden Club of Coral Springs we do much more than just green your thumbs.  We connect you with people, plants and programs that provide inspiration, informative and valuable resources.

Welcome to the Garden Club of Coral Springs, Inc.  a nonprofit organization; that is educational, horticultural, environmental and community involved, with an IRS designation of 501C (3), therefore it is not owned by any individual(s) that profit from the organization. The Garden Club is directed by a Board of Directors comprised of volunteers elected by and from the membership. The members are as diverse as flowers in a botanical garden; a blend of gardeners, teachers, homemakers, nurses, lawyers, retirees, business owners and residents of the community, all sharing their love of gardening.

Join us for Gardenfest, March 15th & 16th, 2025
High School Seniors: After January 1, 2024, Seniors can apply for our Environmental and Horticultural Scholarships. Post mark deadline is May 1, 2024.
This Garden Club organization awards scholarships to support the study of horticulture, floriculture, landscape design, conservation, forestry, botany, agronomy, plant pathology, environmental control, city planning, land management, ecology, horticulture, marine biology, and, allied subjects. 

 Call Jeri Decker 954-913-1616

Donations and Contributions are a way of engaging in the life of an Organization

Congratulations to our 2024 Scholarship Winners:

Alyssa Lee Phillips, recipient of the “Future Steward of the Environment Award and Vince Cebert Scholarship”. Pictured with Nancy Varillas, Scholarship Chair.

Julia Rose Levine, recipient of the “Future Steward of the  Land  Award” and Bonnie Brossard Scholarship” Pictured with Luanne Betz, Scholarship Chair




Come grow with us and join the Coral Springs Garden

Planting trees at Sawgrass Nature Center for Arbor Day, with other Florida Federation of Garden Clubs