Ongoing Projects

Adopt-A-Park  (Parks, Greenways, & Trails)              
Backyard Habitat
Birds, Bees, & Butterflies
Bartram Trail Markers
Blue Star Memorial Markers
Clean Water
Community Gardens
Coral Reef Restoration
Florida Wildflowers
Habitat for Humanity Landscape Project
Master Gardener
Trees, Reforestation, Forest Education
Wekiva Youth Camp and Critter Camp
Youth Programs - Junior and Intermediate Gardeners

Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
Where Gardeners Gather to Share, Learn, Create, and Enjoy. To further the education of the members and the public in the fields of gardening, horticulture, botany, floral design, landscape design, environmental awareness through the conservation of the natural resources, civic beautification, nature studies, and to instill in our youth the love of gardening and the respect and protection of the environment.


Seek:      Chair for the Garden Club of DeLand: Barbara Fiano

Wekiva:  Chair for the Garden Club of DeLand: Elaine Waidelich

Information & Links

Horticulture * Floral Design * Youth Gardening * Go Green * & more...

Links to Informational Sites of interest * Informational Documents

National Garden
Connect with Gardeners around the Globe            Listed below are projects available to Garden Clubs to be involved in. Visit the NGC webstie for more information.

Presidents Projects
Service In Action
Crown Bees BeeGAP
The Frightened Frog
Monarch Watch
Bee a Wildlife Action Hero
Leap Into Leadership
Leadership Materials
The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

Ongoing Projects

AMES Garden Tools

Blue Star Memorials
US Botanic Butterfly Garden
Ecology Warriors Workbook
Energy Conservation
Flower Shows
Garden Therapy
National Garden Week
Plant It Pink
Penny Pines
Rain Gardens
Sage & Roses
School Gardens
Spring Planting for Butterflies
Photo Archiving
Water Projects
Outreach Projects
Habitat for Humanity
Disaster Relief
Global Partners Running Waters

Go Green- "Making a World of Difference- Choices Matter"

Ongoing project of Garden ClubsNationwide

"As garden clubs and as individuals we should be aware of the issues facing our water supply - not just locally, but nationwide and worldwide - and  taking steps to make a difference by making wise choices in the conservation and protection of our water resources - blue gold.

Debary Nursery: Specializes in native plants, they carry a complete line of annuals, perennials, roses, shrubs, trees and more.

Your Florida Backyard: 

Youth Gardening
"A Garden Variety of activities engaging children and teens."
"NGC's youth outreach includes a wide range of activities, scholarships and contests designed to promote horticulture and a love of gardening, conservation, sustainability and environmental stewardship. Several of these popular national programs include partnerships with such organizations as the U.S. Forest Service and the Girl Scouts."  Visit National Garden Club website  for more information.
Visit the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs for more information on Seek, Wekiva, Scholarships, High School Garden Clubs, Intermediate Garden Clubs, and Junior Garden Clubs.   

Plant based education:

Full Moon Natives: Specializing in Native and Waterwise Plants for Volusia and Flagler Counties.

Cultivation of gardens: the science, skill, or occupation of cultivating plants, especially flowers, fruit, and vegetables, in gardens or greenhouses.

"Labels for Education"

"Souper" Garden Club Member

Raising Money for Wekiva through Labels for Education Program.

Power Plant/EFG: Orchids in DeLand that sells beautiful orchids and rare plants:

Garden Club of DeLand   865 South Alabama Avenue * DeLand, FL 32724  * 386-624-6960

National Garden  *
Flower Shows Cultivate the Joys of Gardening and Offer Education, Fun

 University of Florida’s gardening website:

Creative Floral Arrangers of the Americas

Creative Floral Arrangers of the Americas, Inc., is a member-supported, non-profit organization, founded in 1998. The organization and its members are dedicated to the continuation of the study and expansion of the creative art of flower arranging. CFAA stresses unity through sharing, with the aim of a having a lively exchange of ideas, tips and techniques. Members come together for a fun-filled time of sharing with those of like-minded interests. 
Seminar The annual Seminar, limited to members, is held annually in Orlando, Florida. The event is a fantastic experience for floral designers, whether novice or advanced. Attendees are treated to Workshops, trend-setting Programs, a display of designs by members, and commercial sales of design materials, containers and mechanics. Our commercial Vendors offer wide-ranging products and essentials for the avid designer. Membership in CFAA costs $35 annually; members are eligible to attend the Seminar and to receive two issues each year of the news magazine Design Dimensions. 

Florida Gardening:

 Learn about Florida native plants: 

Kids gardening information:

Floral Design

Floral Design: the art of using plant materials to create a pleasing and balanced composition.