Tucson Garden Club


Tucson Garden Club Continuing Projects



Tucson Garden Club members will buy Vision of Beauty Calendars produced by NGC. This benefits NGC by putting money in their treasury and getting their name out in the community.  We also donate $68.00 a year to Penny Pines.


Tucson Garden Club will contribute to the AFGC Life Membership Fund. This benefits students needing help in attending college and also helps get AFGC’s name out in the community.  We also support the AFGC President's Project.


Tucson Garden Club gives a $1,000.00 scholarship locally each year. Applications are sought from students in the field of horticulture and related subjects. It benefits the students and helps get Tucson Garden Club’s name known in the community.

We give a donation of $100 to Desert Survivors every year. It benefits their workers with disabilites program and gets Tucson Garden Club’s name known in the community.

We give a donation of $100 annually to the Community Gardens of Tucson. It helps them pay part of the water bill and benefits people in the community by helping them grow their own food.

Tucson Garden Club also supports the Food Bank of Tucson. We make an annual contribution, as well as, donate staple items. Our contributions help the disadvantaged in our community.


Tucson Garden Club New Projects



In keeping with the NGC’s President's theme: "Plant America"  We plan to promote this theme which is focused on a singularly focused initiative on gardens and gardening.  We will implement her theme by applying for the Plant America Community Project Grant; buy and circulate The Saved Seed book; and plant new plants in our gardens and the community.  


The Pacific Region project is "Spreading Your Butterfly Wings to Fly: Sharing Your Knowledge of Gardening." We share our knowledge of gardening with members and guests who come to our meetings.

State  The AFGC President's theme is "Raising Arizona-Pollinator Plants, Participation and Membership."  We can participate by donating money to help replant the Wallace Desert Garden in the Boyce Thompson Arboretum.


Tucson Garden Club plans on working on "Peppi's House" gardens.  We plan on planting along one side of the entrance with appropriate plants to beautify the area.

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