In The Community

 Projects ~ Giving Back to the Community and Schools



The Garden Club of Coral Springs sponsors two school youth groups. The
first is Forrest Glen Middle School and the second is Marjorie Stoneman Douglas.
Our organization also provides first and second grade students the opportunity to
explore the parts of the plant we eat, water cycle and making their own
terrariums by presenting what plants need to grow.
The primary goal of our youth groups is to teach young individuals about
gardening techniques, plant care, and sustainable practices. By participating in
these gardening activities, young people develop a sense of responsibility towards
the environment. They learn about the importance of conserving resources,
reducing waste, and protecting biodiversity. It provides opportunities to engage
with peers, mentors, and community members who share common interests in
Gardening allows children to connect with the natural world, fostering a sense of
wonder and appreciation for the environment. It encourages them to observe.


Garden Club members are part of the Million Orchid

Project, replenishing our community with 1,000  native orchids










 Home | Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants | University of Florida, IFAS (

UF/IFAS Assessment – University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (

Please use the above links to check and make sure your plants are not on the invasive list before leaving it in the exchange.

Blue Star Memorial, and Native Butterfly and Bee Garden at Veterans Park Coral Springs
Our crafty clay club members made handmade pots with succulents, and presented them on Valentines Day to residents at Harbor Chase Assisted Living Facility in Coral Springs
Luanne Betz, Jeri Decker, Ken Decker and Dave Thompson plant herbs with students at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas
Rita Gershberg and Susan Shulman volunteer with the cities “Back To Nature Project”

Dedication at Veterans Park ~ Royal Palm Boulevard ~ Coral Springs, FL           In honor of our Beloved Veterans, The Garden Club of Coral Springs created  a lovely dedication garden filled with native plants.  Jeri Decker, President of the Club, purchased the beautiful Blue Star Memorial Plaque, installed by Lewis Goldstein and his staff, that is dedicated to all men and women that served in the United States Armed Services.

Rose Garden

sensory garden

Creating a Sensory Garden and butterfly/wildlife habitat at Orchid Park – Coral Springs Drive with matching grants from the City of Coral Springs and Broward Beautiful.

Habitat for Humanity Landscape Project ~


Habitat for Humanity Landscape Project “Women Building a Legacy”
Raising funds and performing hands on landscaping at Habitat for Humanity Homes in Broward County along side the future home owners.

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

Come grow with us and join the Coral Springs Garden