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Yes! I want to support the West Martello Garden.

Thank you for your support to help us in our mission of education, conservation, and enthusiasm for gardens and history.

Key West Garden Club is a 501(c)(3) Organization.
Please be assured that we do not share your personal data. If you are making an offline donation, please download and complete the donation form and send it with your check to the address on the form. Thank you.

1100 Atlantic Blvd, Key West, FL 33040
1100 Atlantic Blvd
Key West, FL 33040

Here are some other ways you can help the West Martello Garden:

Get Involved

The garden club organizes events, brings in expert speakers for educational presentations, and promotes conservation and gardening education. It’s fun to share knowledge and friendship with fellow garden enthusiasts. Whether you have a green thumb or not, you will always learn something new at the West Martello Gardens Key West Garden Club.

Did you know that garden clubs got their start in the South? The first garden club in the United States was founded in 1891 in Georgia, and our own garden club was started in 1935! Whether you are from the South or just love to visit us here in the beautiful city of Key West, we know everyone loves a beautiful tropical garden.

Join the garden club with a friend, your family, or on your own – you are sure to meet like-minded gardeners. Every garden club is different, and the Key West Garden Club is special indeed. With the backdrop of an historic Civil War Martello fort and the view of the ocean as well, the gardens become a magical place.

Join the Family

Membership has its privileges at the West Martello Gardens – discounts on plants and merchandise, educational and entertaining speakers, and much more!

Make a Difference

Your gift can help us keep our gardens growing for the enjoyment and education of the over 60,000 annual visitors.

Help the Garden Grow

As a private, non-profit garden, volunteers are crucial to our mission of educating the community in tropical gardening, conservation, and to the historic West Martello Tower.