Edmonds Floretum Garden Club

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The Edmonds Floretum Garden Club

Founded 1922

Meeting at
121 5th Avenue North
Edmonds, WA 98020

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.


  Growing with Our Community ~

One seed at a time...

Memorial Tree Planting for Lucie Kajiwara
photo by Linda Murray

Upcoming events

Saturday Workshop Scheduled for Nov. 8th ...
10 am to Noon

Our presenter will be be Janel Garnett, Snohomish Co. Master Gardener & Garden Designer.  Janel will share photos and information on how to select an area for Winter interest and a list of hardy plants for landscaping,

The location is the Coldwell Banker Bain community room, 108 5th Ave. S. in Edmonds.  

The public is encouraged to attend these free informative workshops!  Donations welcome.  For more info, contact Janice Noe at janicenoe@comcast.net.

October Workshop on mixed container design 

General Meeting to be held Monday, November 17 at 11am

Please join us for a social hour and brown bag lunch, plus a bake sale prior to the business meeting.  Our presenter is Anne Busse from Molbaks Nursery starting at 1.  All are welcome!

Recent News

Our October meeting had a Halloween theme with great attire worn by some of our members!  There was a book boutique and horticultural talk, plus Master Gardener, Frankie Dennison, gave valuable information on Putting the Garden to Bed and Preparing it for Winter.

Club member Barbara Chase held an informal tour of her garden in September, which was filled with a variety of native plants.  She has shared list of her suggestions of Native Plants for a Garden.

Did you know....
Borage, also known as bee plant, is one of the chosen culinary herbs used by generations to make their meals look and taste better, used to garnish salads or to pamper children with candied flowers! This ancient garden herb exudes a characteristic "cucumber-like" aroma to the recipes it added to. For the same reasons, it is one of the most sought-after herbs in the Mediterranean households


A White Grape Arbor at the Miller garden looks ripe and ready to be harvested!

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