The Brooksville Garden Club

The Brooksville Garden Club

P.O. Box 1451

Brooksville, FL 34601-1451

Carol at 352-848-0505

The Brooksville Garden Times

The Online Newsletter for the Brooksville Garden Club

Brooksville Garden Club Announcements

A Taste of Brooksville 2

The New Cookbooks are in and available for sale. Please Contact Ingrid, 352-277-3183



In Our Hearts and Memories


A Rose from our Brookville Garden Club...Rebecca "Becky" Evans left our earthly gardens this past month. We shall always remember Becky for her beautiful smile and sunny disposition. She was beloved member and will be in our hearts forever. God Bless and God speed...till we meet again.




New Board for 2015-16

Center left is Carol Landers,,, the new President of the Brooksville Garden Club for the 2015-16 Season. Center right is the new Vice President, Elsa Lampron. Ronette Snyder (far left) is the new Treasurer. and Sandee Ardes on the far right is the new Recording Secretary.

The Brooksville Garden Club Meeting and Lunch will be held on the second Wednesday, of every month, at 12 Noon at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 109 South Broad Street, Brooksville. 

All guests are welcome to attend. Lunch is served at 12:00 and after lunch we usually have a guest speaker who will give a 30-45 minute presentation.

Brooksville Garden Club’s purpose is to further the education of the public in horticulture, conservation and botany.

If this club attracts your attention you are encouraged to attend our lunch meetings.

For more information about our Garden Club call: Carol at 352-848-0505


By Ingrid Velez, Former President, BGC

September, 2014

Hello Everyone,

Brooksville Garden Club is a place for people to share their love of gardening and nature.  The club endeavors to expand knowledge in Florida gardening and stewardship of our environment.  To meet like-minded people, to improve our community and to preserve the natural beauty of Brooksville and its environs.  We never forget the beauty which surrounds us, needs care and tending.  We further these goals by promoting conservation of resources, educational programs, field trips, community projects and club events.

Our members actively engage in a range of projects including volunteering at Wekiva Youth Camp…maintaining the Memorial Gardens at the Heritage Museum…adopting a section of The Good Neighbor Trail…participating in the backpack program for school … the continued planting of gardens at Moton Elementary School….and finally providing plants for Habitat for Humanity homes.

Our fundraisers provide continuing money to be donated to Wekiva Youth Camp, Pasco-Hernando State College Scholarship and 100 Acre Woods.  We actively seek to sponsor campers for Wekiva each summer…campers today – environmental leaders in the future.

Unification of the club through shared responsibilities will be an important step for growth.  Through focus on our objectives of civic beautification, treasuring natural resources and sharing knowledge, we hope to bring more members “through the garden gate”.






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