National Garden Clubs, Inc
4401 Magnolia Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-3492
Telephone: (314) 776-7574
Fax: (314) 776-5108
Michelle Smith, Executive Director
Theme - “Plant America”
Nancy L. Hargroves, President
1235 Dover Creek Lane
Manakin Sabot, VA 23103-2532
Deep South Region
Deep South Region web site features Information on and projects of Federated Garden Clubs in the States of: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee who comprise the Deep South Region and are members of National Garden Clubs Inc.
Theme - “Plant America – Southern Style”
Ann McCormick, Director
3071 Dumbarton Road
Memphis, TN 38128-5107
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
1400 South Denning Drive
Winter Park, FL 32789-5662
Theme - “Plant, Bloom and Grow With Us”
Special Project - “Color Our Canopy” (Nell Coe Award/s)
Plant colorful blooming trees in Florida
Claudia Bates, President
P O Box 252
Micanopy, FL 32667
District IV Florida Federation of Garden Clubs
Information for and about the clubs and circles in District IV.
Theme - “Reach Out… and Share the Beauty”
Jan Litchfield, Director
The Bartram Garden Club
A federated garden club serving Amelia Island and the Nassau County area.
“On the Trail We Blaze”
Beverly Williams, President
86177 Shelter Island Drive
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Gardening Information Resources
Liberty Landscape Supply
Plant materials and landscaping materials in the east Nassau County area.
Amelia Tree Conservancy
An organization that promotes the protection and maintenance of Amelia Island's tree canopy.
Ultimate Guide to Gardening Resources
ReviewLab's list of gardening information web sites
Amelia Island Sea Turtle Watch, Inc
Helping Protect a Part of Amelia Island's Natural Heritage
Association of Florida Native Nurseries
FANN is an industry resource for Florida native plants and native landscape and restoration services.
Creative Floral Arrangers of the Americas
An organization dedicated to the continuation of the study and expansion of the creative art of flower arranging.
BLOOM! is the movement to improve the world through the power of plants.
Florida Microplastic Awareness Project
Are you plastic aware?
Bringing Nature Home
Books and lecture series about the benefits of native plant gardening by University of Delaware professor Doug Tallamy