GCGCS Membership

Your membership and support help us to promote the love of gardening and environmental and civic responsibility in our community.

We love Gardening and support civic beautification and environmental responsibility in our community.

We welcome you to join us.

Garden Club of Green Cove Springs Membership

Contributes to our mission:

To promote the love of gardening, and interest in the fine art of gardening, including design, and management. We promote the protection of native plants and birds and encourage civic beautification and environmental responsibility in our community. Serving the needs of gardeners located in Green Cove Springs, and Clay County.

Persons eligible must take an active interest in gardening and must promote the objectives of the club. Prospective members must attend at least one meeting before becoming a member.

Membership in the Garden Club of Green Cove Springs, FFGC, is open to all, regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, or religious affiliation.

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GCGCS Membership Application Form 2023

Membership Application


$25 Annual Donation

This includes FFGC dues, District IV dues, Club dues and a Club Yearbook. Additionally, a spouse may join for $5.

Download and print the Application form.

Benefits of Belonging to a Garden Club

The benefits of joining a local club under the National Garden Clubs umbrella extend far beyond the pleasures of gardening. Membership allows you to explore a wide range of mutual interests with individuals from all over the world and across generations.

Increase your understanding by attending top-tier educational programs and schools.

Garden for a cause by participating in community service programs such as disaster relief and skill-building activities like as eco-scaping and neighborhood beautification.

Participate in the State Garden Clubs network to learn, serve, and develop community.

On a local, regional, and international level, promote environmental causes.

For better, healthier, and more affordable local food, grow your own edibles or start a community edible garden.

Learn how to get the most out of your resources, including the garden space you have.

By using native plants, which need little to no water or fertilizer, you may increase the sustainability of your garden and lower care.

Study floral design and attend flower exhibitions to feed your inner artist.

Take advice from people who have more knowledge and impart your own enthusiasm and expertise to future generations of gardeners.

Have fun and share your love of gardening!


Meetings are held on the Third Thursday of the month at St. Mary’s Parish Hall, 400 St. John’s Avenue, Green Cove Springs. Meetings start at 10:00 am.

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Get in Touch

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Mail Us

P. O. Box 231 Green Cove Springs, FL. 32043


Meeting Location:

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

400 St Johns Ave,

Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

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The Garden Club of Green Cove Springs

A Non-Profit Educational Organization

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