The Green Thumb Garden Club, Inc. was founded on January 10, 1956 as the Green Thumb Garden Club of Santa Rosa Beach, FL.

We were federated on February 3, 1959 and incorporated on May 21, 2019.

We currently have 116 Members and growing!
We are a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


The Green Thumb Garden Club, Inc. located in Walton County, Florida, is a non-profit organization. Our key purpose is to stimulate interest in the beautification of Walton County, to further the education of our members and the public in fields of gardening, horticulture, botany, floral design, environmental awareness, conservation of natural resources, civic beautification, nature studies, and to instill in our youth the love of gardening and respect for the environment.

Together we can learn, share ideas, grow our gardens, teach our children, love nature and conserve our environment. The greatest gift of all is the making of lifelong friends with a common goal ~ the love of all things beautiful.
Maintained by Green Thumb Garden Club

General Club Information

Our Club meets once a month, September through May, usually on the third Wednesday of those months. Your “Punchbowl” meeting invitation will include meeting format, time of meeting and if a luncheon is provided.

Annual donation, payable by June 1:

  • $53 Individual
  • $83 Family Membership for 2 people living at the same address; $10 additional per person over the age of 21.

Monthly meeting fee:

  • $25 per member or guest for cash or check payment
  • $26 per member or guest for credit card payment
  • All no shows will be charged $25
  • Monthly General Membership Meeting fees may vary depending on the location and the program

Member’s yearbook:

  • Electronic copy provided at no cost
  • Hard copy can be provided for $10 per copy


  • “Buds and Banter” monthly newsletter
  • “Punchbowl” electronic meeting invitation with
    meeting details and location (RSVP required)
  • Emails relative to important member news
  • Other clubs and charity news and
    updates will be distributed through “Buds and
    Banter” newsletter