Founded over 80 years ago in beautiful Laguna Beach, California, the Laguna Beach Garden Club supports a wide variety of projects related to education in gardening, horticulture, landscape and floral design, conservation, ecology, and bird life. We make annual donations to several local public gardens and arboretums.  Saddleback College horticultural students have benefitted for several years from our scholarship program.  The downtown "Pocket Garden" on Forest Ave. was refurbished through the hard work of our members and we have committed to maintain its beauty indefinitely.

The Annual Spring Garden Tour is a public viewing of several of the loveliest gardens that Laguna Beach residents have to offer.  The tour is our most important fund-raising event and makes possible all of our environmental projects and scholarships.This year our tour will be on May 1 in Woods Cove. Save the date!

As we make our plans for the future, the members of the Laguna Beach Garden Club remain wholeheartedly committed to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of the community we serve.  We are happy we can make a difference.

Our regular meetings are at 9:30 the second friday of each month September through May in Tankersley Fellowship Hall of Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Avenue.  The hall is on Second Street midway between Forest Avenue and Mermaid Street.  The entrance to the hall is across the courtyard from the sanctuary. If you are thinking about joining, please join us at our next meeting. For more information email Prdix@aol.com.

The Laguna Beach Garden Club is a 501 c 3 Charitable Organization.

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Laguna Beach, CA 92652

January’s Speaker is Monique Rea

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Planting the Sister City Garden on Monday, November 17

Monique Rea will answer any questions about hummingbirds, such as what are those the wonders of beautiful flying jewels in the garden, how many different kinds are there, what do these quick flying beauties eat, or anything you have never even thought of. Everyone will learn how the garden can be a haven for flying sparkles of the bird world.

Monique has worked with and rehabilitated these wonders of nature, for the past 17 years in South Orange County. She volunteers for the Pacific Wildlife Project by rescuing injured hummingbirds and providing nests in her yard.

Her presentations have been enjoyed by Sherman Gardens, Crown Garden Club in Coronado, Casa Romantica, Heritage Museum of Orange County, San Diego Botanic Garden, South Coast Botanic Garden Foundation, Wild Birds Unltd. stores, Mission San Juan Capistrano, and Huntington Library and Botanical Garden. Monique was also one of 11 featured speakers at the 2012 Sedona Hummingbird Festival in Sedona, Arizona.

Monique is also an artist and author. These varied and gorgeous flying jewels have inspired her artwork. Each audience member will receive an art postcard of one of her paintings.

“Jewels of Nature, Hummingbirds in Your Garden”