Town Beautification

The Garden Club of Palm Beach

Town Beautification Projects Tradition

Since its beginning in 1928, The Garden Club of Palm Beach has worked in close cooperation with the Town of Palm Beach. Our club commissioned the first Town Plan that was adopted in 1929. Now in its 92nd year, the mission of the club remains focused on horticulture, the environment, conservation and civic improvement. Revenue generated from the annual House and Garden Day Tour funds projects that have been referred to as “Palm Beach Town Treasures”.

It is fitting that The Garden Club of Palm Beach has spearheaded town beautification projects at all three entryways into Palm Beach. With revenue raised by House and Garden Day and our growing Civic Spaces Fund, the club will continue to sustain and promote the mission of its founders.

In the past fifteen years, The Garden Club of Palm Beach has:

  • Funded the design and installation of the Tidal Garden in Bradley Park

  • Funded the design and installation of the Kaleidoscope Flower Beds on Royal Poinciana Way

  • Funded the design and installation of the Southern Oasis Traffic Circle

  • Contributed to the design and maintenance of the Living Wall on Worth Avenue

  • Maintained the Demonstration Garden at The Society of the Four Arts

  • Sponsored Arbor Day annually in the Town of Palm Beach

  • Contributed to the restoration of Memorial Park in the Town Hall Square

Future Town Beautification Projects