The Garden Club of Stuart invites anyone interested in gardening, floral design or environmental stewardship to join us at one of our monthly general meetings. Our club offers the opportunity to socialize, learn, support charitable causes, and participate in activities related to beautifying our community.
Members participate in activities such as:
A wide range of topics related to our mission statement presented by monthly special guest speakers.
Nationally accredited educational schools focused upon horticulture. floral design, landscape design, environmental & garden study.
Butterfly sanctuary creation and certification.
Nationally accredited flower shows.
Our Secret Gardens Tour biennial fundraiser.
Community gardening projects.
Gardening related workshops and field trips.
Come join us on the 2nd Monday of each month from October through March for our meetings in the auditorium of the Wolf High-Technology Center at Indian River State College, 2400 SE Salerno Road, Stuart:
9:30am – Meet & Greet
9:50am – Horticulture or Design Moment
10:00am – Business Meeting
10:30am – Refreshment Break
11:00am – Program
For additional information about joining our garden club, click on the MEMBERSHIP tab at the top of the page.
For all other inquiries please use the “Contact” tab to reach our President, Rosita Aristoff.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Garden Club of Stuart, Inc. is a nonprofit organization for the purpose of engaging in activities which are charitable, educational and scientific and to further the education of members and the public in the fields of gardening, horticulture, floral design, botany, landscape design, conservation of natural resources, civic beautification, public sanitation and nature studies.
2023 FALL ISSUE OF THE FLORIDA GARDENER MAGAZINE IS AVAILABLE!
Mission Statement: "National Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources and national networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility."
Mission Statement: "Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. promotes the love of gardening, floral and landscape design, and civic and environmental responsibility by providing education resources and networking opportunities for our members, youth and the community."
District X's Tropical Short Course:
District X will host the annual Tropical Short Course. The two-day event will include speakers presenting topics such as: "Busting Gardening Myths", "Learning about Plumeria (Frangipani)", Attacting Birds to your Backyard/Patio", Diversifying Your Garden with Florida Friendly Tropical Plants" and more. Registration deadline is before January 5th. Click here for the registration form.
Information on the 2024 Secret Gardens Tour!!!
Congratulations to The GCS on the FFGC and DSGC Awards:
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs (FFGC) Awards:
Historic Preservation Award: Allamanda Circle for their native planting project at the House of Refuge
Park/City Planning: Application submitted by Ann McCormick, Chair
National Garden Week: Ann McCormick, Chair
Digital Photography - plants in FL scenery: Bonnie Steoppleman
Rosita Aristoff (District X Judges Council Flower Show
Deep South Garden Clubs (SGC) Awards:
Award #11 Historic Preservation/Restoration of Building - Large Club (51 members and over) 1st place: Allamanda Circle - for their native planting project at the House of Refugee
Congratulations to the Award Winners at The GCS Annual Luncheon:
Hall of Fame:
Florida Fed of GC: Pillar of Pride Award: Ann McCormick
President Appreciation Awards:
Community Service Award:
Member of the Year: