The Purpose of the Club is
  to stimulate interest in plants and gardening
  to further horticultural knowledge in all phases
to encourage and promote civic beauty in the community

    We meet on the fourth Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. (except July, November & December)

At Los Altos Lutheran Church • 460 South El Monte Avenue, Los Altos, CA 94022
Map for the Lutheran Church
At each meeting there is
A Guest speaker or Garden Consultant.
A Horticultural Discussion.
This includes educational information, plant identification and unusual plants & flowers grown by members. 
A Flower Arranging Assignment.
The artistic talents of our members are displayed for the club's enjoyment.
  Located on the Peninsula of San Francisco Bay between the Cites of San Francisco and San Jose
  the Los Altos area has a Mediterrean type climate with wet winters and dry summers.
  The weather is modified by the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Bay on the east.
  The soil varies from porous sandy greenstone to the rich but difficult adobe clay.
  A wide range of plants grow here from Redwoods to California Live Oak trees 
    The seasons provide year round gardening interest
Spring A riot of blossom from flowering trees, bulbs and roses
Summer Oleanders, geraniums, lavenders and other heat loving perennials keep the color going
Autumn Fall color from the Chinese Pistachios and Liquid Amber Trees and the bright berries of shrubs
Winter Camellias, azaleas, correas, acacias and early bulbs enjoy this cooler weather

  A well stocked table at our Spring plant sale


 The Garden Club of Los Altos