Lake Chapala Garden Club


Presidents Message


We have been working with Mr. Hammer to make Butterfly Houses so you can enjoy the entire process from egg to releasing your own Monarch Butterfly.

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An outstanding informative and entertaining 51-minute DVD photo/video presentation is now available, featuring over 115 different local wildflowers that have been captured on camera in their natural setting throughout the growing season, along with a few short video clips and glimpses of scenic views and activities of the local people.

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Welcome to the Lake Chapala Garden Club website  

The next meeting is September 21st.

Reservations Required. Contact us if you do not receive an invitation.

"We are so pleased to have such a high level of interest in our programs. Due to this, it is very important that you make luncheon reservations so that we have an accurate head count. If seating is not available, please be sure to contact one of the board members so that we can be sure that you are seated. There's always room for one more."

This will NOT be at La Nueva Posada. Our meeting will be at the Raquet Club and since the lunch will be catered, lunches must be paid for on August 24th 10:30-11:30 at La Nueva Posada

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Eight week gardening class in English
Taught by Francisco Nava beginning August 3 is full but Francisco is taking names for a wait list.

2016 Garden Guide Now Available for 150 pesos. The Plant/Flower ID portion of our website contains the photos for each section of the Guide.

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Lake Chapala Garden Club


Membership Benefits: Click on Pink Links for More Info:

The Lake Chapala Garden Club, founded in 1977, is a an organization that exists for the purpose of promoting an interest, appreciation and better understanding of botanical subjects, including but not limited to all plant materials, their care and use in the home and garden.

The Lake Chapala Garden Club resides in the village of Ajijic, on the shores of Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest fresh water natural lake.

We are an international garden club with members from many different countries. Our members and meetings explore the many garden species and practices unique to our area of Mexico.

Please contact us if you would like to join one of our meetings, on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, as our guest. We have a garden tour before our meeting followed by lunch, a raffle and a speaker. (cost of lunch not included)

A beautiful rendition of our July 2015 garden tour by Morris Cottingham

Lake Chapala Garden Club
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