Our Purpose

To further, in every way, interest in gardening and kindred subjects and to cooperate with all programs for the improvement in planting, conservation, environment and beautification of our island.

The Club supports many out-reach programs, local environmental organizations, scholarship programs, and services through the monies raised by our annual Holiday Tour of Homes.

Professional speakers present programs throughout the year on floral design, horticulture, environmental issues and garden-related topics.

Membership meetings are held the second Thursday of every month, September through May excluding December.

Interested in joining our club? You must have a residence on Long Beach Island or Stafford Township. Ask one of our members about attending a meeting or go to the “Contact Us” tab to complete the Membership Contact Form. When filling out form please include city/town in address. Thank you.

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September 2020 Gathering

The clouds parted and even the sun came out at our get together at the Barnegat Light Pavilion. It was wonderful to see so many members join us. There were 48 members, 4 associate members and 4 guests  for a total of 56 in attendance.  We are looking forward to meeting again on Thursday October 8th. It really didn’t seem that 6 months had passed since our last meeting. We were able to socially distance, wearing our masks and met many of our newest members. Hope to see you next month!  Remember, click on an image to enlarge.

Photos: Jeannette Michelson



Garden Club of LBI Initiative 2019

The Garden Club of Long Beach Island  2019 Initiative  Native Plants Sign at Cedar Bonnet Island Refuge has been installed. Cedar Bonnet Island was chosen for the first Garden Club LBI Initiative after Wildlife Biologist, Vinnie Turner, visited the club from the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. The Club worked with Keena Graham, Visitor Services Manager, to design and install the sign to help New Jersey backyards use native plants to support wildlife.

Photos: JoAnne McKee


Virtual Garden Tour Summer 2020

We have created a virtual  garden tour highlighting the beautiful gardens of our members. Take a minute to enjoy the fabulous gardens.


Click here to view the individual member gardens.