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Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation, Inc.

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Holiday Lights in the Gardens
Holiday Lights Plant Sale in the Florida Botanical Gardens

Holiday Lights
Nov. 28, 2014 - Dec. 31, 2014
5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
$4 donation
(13 and older)

The event is the largest fundraiser for the gardens and depends on volunteers, sponsors and donations to reduce the cost of offering this holiday tradition in Pinellas County. More than 450 volunteers and generous sponsor donations made last year’s Holiday Lights a success. For information on how to become a foundation member, volunteer or a 2014 sponsor, call the foundation office at (727) 582-2117 or send an e-mail to flbgfoundation@gmail.com.

Holiday Lights in the Gardens every evening. In addition to laser lights, flora and fauna displays and decorated trees, a seven-foot gingerbread house with more than 600 lights, a 3-foot tall white swan and a five-foot tropical parrot have been added to the tradition array of light-lines paths with nightly free entertainment and visits from Santa Claus.


The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation, Inc. provides support for the Gardens through:

The Mission of the Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation is to provide leadership and financial support for the Florida Botanical Gardens. This is to be achieved through providing strategic fundraising initiatives, the funding of capital improvements, an endowment fund, advocacy on behalf of the gardens and by generating engaged membership and support efforts.

The FBGF believes that we improve quality of life by understanding, protecting and supporting the important relationship that exists between plants, people, and the environment.

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Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation, Inc.
Phone: 727-582-2100
Email: FLBGfoundation@gmail.com
12520 Ulmerton Rd., Largo, FL 33774

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Become A Member! - Membership Form

The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation, Inc. offers membership to help support new projects at the Gardens. Their mission is to help our Garden continue to move toward becoming a world-class botanical garden.

Membership in the FBG Foundation not only supports new projects and construction in the Gardens, it also provides members with special benefits; one of which is the reciprocal agreement with the American Horticultural Society.

The American Horticultural Society’s Reciprocal Admissions Program offers free admission and additional benefits at botanical gardens, arboreta, and conservatories throughout North America.

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