To stimulate knowledge and love of gardening; to aid in the protection of native trees, plants and birds; and to encourage civic planting.
The Snohomish Garden Club is a Not-For-Profit organization sponsoring regular meetings. Our club hosts informative lectures at each meeting and engages in other enjoyable projects throughout the year. We welcome gardeners at all levels of experience and interest.
SGC meetings are held on the second Monday evening of the month from September through November and January through June. Meetings begin at 7:00 PM. Our meeting location is:
Meetings are a great way to meet new gardening friends and to share experiences. Each meeting includes a featured speaker covering a wide variety of gardening subjects, a business meeting and a refreshment break.
We are extremely proud of club members who have won 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the Seattle Times Pacific Garden Contest and other garden competitions throughout our region. Many have been featured in national gardening magazines and newspapers.
Our club membership includes Master Gardeners and gardening mentors. We encourage the sharing of information and ideas.
Annual dues are $25 per individual and $30 per couple. Along with an abundance of informational meetings, lectures, workshops and events throughout the year, members receive a newsletter with updates on projects, helpful tips and interesting articles.
We host educational and social activities throughout the year. We are active in community beautification projects and encourage full participation in the achievement of our goals.
Read our current Newsletter to find out more about us. Download the February Newsletter
We grow people, friends and beautiful gardens!
Martha Perry Vegetable Garden
Volunteering to help with the Snohomish Garden Club's veggie garden is open to the public. The garden plot is a dedicated portion of Bailey’s U-Pick farm, located at 12711 Springhetti Road, Snohomish, WA. We welcome helpers of all ages.
We start planting in the spring, usually after Mother’s day, and continue the process of tending and harvesting through September. We begin early in the mornings twice a week, in accordance with the food bank schedules.
To help us grow thousands of pounds of fresh vegetables and taste them yourself, join the fun! For more information, contact Laura Hartman, email: email@example.com