Florida Native Plant
This ornamental evergreen shrub or tree grows best and blooms better in partial shade, with shelter from hot afternoon sun. Plant in well-drained slightly acidic or neutral soil rich in organic matter, but never in alkaline soil. There are many hybrids with a variety of flower forms. They bloom in the fall and winter.
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Theme for Year 2014-2015
"Gardening to Enhance the Environment"
Our Mission Statement
The purpose of The Garden Club at Palm Coast, Inc. is: “To aid in the protection and conservation of plants, birds, trees, air, and water; to stimulate a knowledge and love of horticulture and floral design; to educate members to participate in environmental affairs and to encourage civic pride.”
Club Celebrates 40th Anniversary
2015 marks our 40th Anniversary! The Club will celebrate the occasion at a luncheon to be held on February 4th at the Hammock Dunes Club. All members are invited and are ecouraged to bring a spouse and/or guest. Contact Denise Garcia or Elaine Sinclair. Both are listed in your Yearbook. Don't miss this lovely event.
Our next monthly meeting: Monday, January 12, 2015 Join Us
The Garden Club at Palm Coast, Inc.
P.O. Box 352153
Palm Coast, FL 32135-2153
Jan. 5 Board Mtg.
Jan. 12 General Membership Mtg. Join Us
Jan. 16 Florida Arbor Day
Feb. 4 40th Anniversary Luncheon
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