ABOUT THE TOUR
Naples Garden Club Annual Tour
February 2, 2013
For sixty years the Club’s House and Garden Tour has been one of the highlights of the season. This perennially sold out event attracts hundreds of visitors to view homes in Port Royal, Aqualane Shores and Old Naples. We showcase unique homes and inspiring gardens while raising funds that support scholarships and community projects.
2013 House & Garden Tour – Another Huge Success!
Thank you to our Patrons and guests for attending this year’s House and Garden Tour! Naples Garden Club members enjoyed having you with us for our 60th Anniversary Year. The House and Garden Tour is our only fundraising event, enabling us to support our commitment to scholarships and community projects. Click here to enjoy photos of Garden Club members’ floral designs and hospitality in the Event Plaza. Naples Illustrated also has a beautiful gallery of images they took at the event. Click here to see them on Naples Illustrated‘s website.
We are very grateful to our Sponsors who underwrote many aspects of the House and Garden Tour and contributed items to our hospitality tables and raffle. Please click here for full list of sponsors.
2012 House & Garden Tour a Great Success!
Many thanks to our homeowners, sponsors, patrons, guests, and of course our members who put in many thousands of hours of work.
Our major fundraising effort, the Naples House & Garden serves several purposes: showcasing Naples homes and gardens, embracing the community, displaying the creativity and talent of our members that adorn each house but most importantly raising funds to further the Club’s goals.
Click here to see the 2012 Tour photo gallery on this website.
Members who are part of the NGC Facebook group can click here to go to the Facebook page with hundreds of photos of the 2012 Tour. If you are a member who has not joined our private Facebook group, click on the link and ask to join.… Read More
2011 House & Garden Tour a Success!
What a day! The 2011 House & Garden Tour was magnificent, starting with the weather. It seems that we were covered from two directions, one by the sincere appeal from our own Beth Bacon and number two, the buried gin bottle. Our hospitality room was not only beautifully appointed but gloriously laden with all manner of delicious refreshments and snacks that served our ticket holders from the first tour of the morning to the last buses in the afternoon. Our homes were perfect, in part, thanks to the beautiful floral arrangements, each perfectly suited to their places of honor.
Thanks to our beautiful house hostesses who cared for “their” homes with grace and style and lastly to our equally beautiful bus hostesses, who as the face of NGC, presented the details … Read More