Saint Paul Garden Club (SPGC) was founded in 1927 and was accepted into the Garden Club of American in 1933. Throughout its history, SPGC has dedicated itself to urban beautification, conservation, land stewardship, and to providing educational programs in the areas of horticulture and conservation. Since 1981when SPGC held its first fundraiser, the Holiday Tea Dance, its Community Fund has contributed over $700,000 in grants to local nonprofit community organizations and other nonprofit endeavors that further SPGC's charitable purposes.

SPGC qualifies as a 501©3 not-for-profit organization. It is exempt from paying federal income tax. Contributions to the club are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.


The purpose of SPGC shall be: to stimulate the joy of gardening and to promote horticultural knowledge; to encourage the best in design, creation and development of public and private gardens; to restore, improve and protect the environment through action in the field of conservation, civic plantings and educational programs; to share the advantages of association by means of meetings, conferences, correspondence, and publications.