Milton Garden Club
|We offer two Circles- the Dogwood and the Morning Glory.
Our meetings run September-April, with our Welcome Back
Coffee in August and a President's Luncheon in May for the
installation of officers. Our Circles meet the second Tuesday
or Thursday of the month, respectively.
- To promote an interest in
gardening and the design and
management of gardens
- To encourage civic planting
- To assist in the protection of native
plants and trees
We enjoy working together
Our club activities offer our members a
chance to mix and mingle with other
members through educational programs,
workshops, tours, and club committees.
Our Christmas Tour of Homes has
created a new presence of the Milton
Garden Club in Milton. Our Spring plant
sale gives us a chance to show off our
talents as gardeners.
The Florida Federation of Garden Clubs (FFGC) is the state organization. It is
part of the Deep South Region.
The Deep South Region is made up of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,
Mississippi and Tennessee and is part of the National Garden Club.
The National Garden Club provides education, resources and national
networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening,
floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility.
We, the Circles of the Milton Garden Club, are proud to be in sync with all of
our garden club affiliates and their goals.
The Milton Garden Club is affiliated with our
District, State, Regional, and National Garden
Clubs. The Milton Garden Club is a member of
District I which is made up of garden clubs from
four of the twelve counties in Northwest Florida.
Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, Okaloosa
County and Walton County all belong to District I
of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs.
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Welcome to the Milton Garden Club-we invite you to join us
for one of our Circle meetings or one of our monthly
educational workshops open to the public. We are a fun
loving group who share a common interest in gardening.
Attended by an answering
machine except during events