Mill Creek Garden Club is searching for gardens for their Saturday, June 27th, garden tour. They will be taking a peek at gardens in Mill Creek and surrounding communities February 27th to March 16th before making the final selection of the five featured gardens on this year’s Mill Creek Garden Tour.
Just before Valentine’s Day Master Gardener Dave Pehling from the WSU Snohomish County Extension Office will deliver his informative take on “The Birds and the Bees and other Beneficial Insects” to those attending the Mill Creek Garden Club’s February 10th meeting.
Fun activities abound in December for the Garden Club gang. Kicking off the whole shebang is the group’s Christmas Party on December 9th. Surprises galore, a delicious holiday meal from Shawn O’Donnell’s and donations of toys to Christmas House are just some of the special things planned by Gloria Buchanan and her Christmas Committee.
Mill Creek Garden Club is looking for notable gardens in Mill Creek and surrounding communities for an open-to-the-public Garden Tour on Saturday, June 27, 2015. We can select only five to six gardens for this year’s tour, so please contact us soon. Don’t be shy, show us your garden!
Mill Creek Garden Club is searching for gardens for a public tour. Whether it’s on your iPhone, iPad or that paper calendar you flip a page each month, put an “X” on Saturday, June 27, 2015, for the Mill Creek Garden Tour!
On October 14th Mill Creek Garden Club members will have a fantastic learning opportunity from nationally known Garden Mentor, Robin Haglund. Robin will take members on a slideshow tour entitled “Top Ten Gardening Mistakes (and How Not to Make Them).”
After a spectacular summer Mill Creek Garden Club members will put down their hand trowels, brush off the dirt and return to Garden Club meetings. Spruced up, excited to return and ready to socialize, members will reconnect with friends, enjoy great guest speakers and savor appetizing buffet lunches.
Eighteen Mill Creek Garden Club members and guests tested their sea legs aboard the Victoria Clipper en route to a tour of the famous Butchart Gardens and an overnight stay in the beautiful, flowery city of Victoria, British Columbia.
It’s become fashionable for gardeners to plant vegetables among their landscape perennials and flowering annuals, but the fourth & fifth graders at Cedar Wood Elementary have moved a step closer to creating their own urban farm by planting vegetables in raised beds.
It was a chilly, rainy June day, but Mill Creek Garden Club members were thrilled to accept the invitation of Forest View teacher, Debra Strong and her Fifth Grade class for a guided tour of their Interpretive Trail and newly planted Butterfly Garden, funded in part by our “Giving through Gardening” Grants.
Mill Creek Garden Club is once again selling “Beautiful Bloomers”. They come in a variety of colors and are created for either a sunny or shady spot. Baskets are $34 which includes tax and free delivery before Mother’s Day in the Mill Creek area.
Your basket purchase gives back to the community by providing funds for our Giving through Gardening grants program which provides money for gardening projects in local grade schools.