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The Edmonds Floretum
Garden Club

Founded 1922

Meeting at
Edmonds City Hall
121 5th Avenue North
Edmonds, WA 98020

Social Hour  -  10:00AM
Program Starts - 10:30AM 
Everyone is Welcome!

from September to May


Here are just a few of our many projects beautifying and promoting gardening throughout our Community...

Planting Hanging Baskets

Helping the City plant the famous hanging
baskets for over 50 years

Planting the Corners
at 5th & Main

Plant Sale in May

Funding college scholarships
students majoring
in horticulture

Saturday Workshops

Gardening Seminars for the public


Garden Tours

Touring local area gardens


The Edmonds Floretum

Garden Club
 is a 

501(c)3 Organization


EIN 26-4199118

Donations help our Club maintain these projects
and are tax deductible.

Please Contact Us for additional information.


                                                         Photo courtesy of  Linda Murray

~ The Good Earth ~

Planting Hanging Baskets

Helping the City plant the famous hanging
baskets for over 50 years

                                                    Photo courtesy of  Linda Murray

Upcoming Events

Floretum’s Annual Plant Sale. 
Save the Date!

- Saturday May 7th, 9 am to noon

- Westgate PCC parking lot,
   9803 Edmonds Way
   Edmonds WA

Are you an experienced gardener looking to fill holes in your landscape?  Or maybe a gardening newbie wanting to try things out without breaking the bank?  Floretum’s annual plant sale is the just the ticket!  On Saturday, May 7th our experienced gardeners will offer perennials, bulbs, herbs, annuals, small trees, and shrubs from their own gardens, along with advice on where and how to plant them.  Find the hardiest, most beautiful locally-grown items – especially suited to our Pacific Northwest climate – at unbelievable prices.

Along with offering abundant plant varieties, Floretum also hosts a boutique of garden-related treasures: decorative pots, vases, books, tools, indoor and outdoor garden art, crafts, seeds, and more.  Come early for the best selection.  It’s always a sell-out.

Proceeds from the Floretum plant sale go to fund scholarships for horticultural students.

For directions & a map to the EFGC plant sale, click here.


Seven Myths of Site, Selection & Care of Trees

On Thursday,  May 5th from 7pm to 9pm, The City of Edmonds Citizen's Tree Board presents  The Seven Myths of Site, Selection and Care of Trees, an evening with Cass Turnbull.  Admission is free!   Click here for more information or read the article in My Edmonds News.


Come join us!

April’s meeting launched the start of a marathon gardening season.!

Floretum member Gwynne Briggs demonstrated the different characteristics of corms, tubers, bulbs, and rhizomes.

Featured speaker Grace Stiller from the National Wildlife Federation explained the value of home gardening in counteracting climate change.  Good stewardship includes replacing invasive species with healthy natives.  Stiller manages the non-profit organization Weed Warriors, http://weedwarriors.us/ (volunteers welcome), and she also directed Floretum members to the King County noxious weed program.  To find out where you can send photos and get your weeds identified, click here.

                    Photos courtesy of Sarah Freudiger & Linda Murray


Floretum Display at the Edmonds Library!

Leaders of Floretum have just put up a colorful display in the foyer of Edmonds Library!   Interested in becoming a member?  Contact Joyce  at joycejohnson310@comcast.net

                                                   Photo courtesy of  Marty Ronish


City of Edmonds Rain Garden Project


The City of Edmonds, along with the Conservation District and WSU Extension, is working to start a Rain Garden Pilot Program.  They are looking for at least 6 property owners within the same Edmonds neighborhood(s) to participate. Are you willing to install a rain garden on your property?  For more information or to apply, please visit Rain Garden Pilot Project


Member Garden Tours

Summer 2015 was spectacular for gardening in Edmonds.  Many Floretum members opened their gardens for private club tours over the summer, and now the photos are available to the public.  Here is a small sampling. To see the beauty in its full gorgeous abundance, click here.


                       Photos courtesy of Linda Murray & Sarah Freudiger
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