Art Work by Katy Meroni

Welcome

The Garden Club of the Upper Keys is a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting, developing and conserving the natural beauties of the Upper Keys. Our meetings, workshops, and special events provide education and information on the fun of gardening in the Keys. Membership is open to all who are or want to be Keys gardeners -- "green thumb" not required.

 

 

Upcoming Activities




Back by popular demand, the Garden Club of the Upper Keys will be having Saturday morning socials for members and their guests. On the first and third Saturdays of the month from 9:30 am to 11:00 am over the summer months. Come join us for a relaxing morning at the garden club. Coffee will be served. Bring a little something to eat and share with friends, if you wish.

September 18 - Lad Akins, REEF's Director of Special Projects will be presenting on:  "Citizen Science in Action:  25 Years of Conservation Success in the Florida Keys."
Akins is renowned as a leading expert on invasive lionfish and reef fish identification.   Time:  11 am at the Garden Center with membership meeting to follow.  

October 16 - Louise E. King, Horticulturist, will do a presentation about the Fruit & Spice Park, which is located in Homestead. Time: 11 am at the Garden Center with membership meeting to follow.

Crafty Tuesdays - The 4th Tuesday of the month. Time 11 am at the Garden Club.


 

 

 

 

Rotary Club Award



Rotary Award

Upper Keys Rotary Club President Jill Miranda Baker presents grant check for $1,050 to Garden Club President Debbie Sue Jonas to help with the club's Hurricane Irma relief.

  Garden Walk Garden Walk Poster

Photos of Garden Walk 2018