Do you love to dig, plant, prune, harvest, snip, design, learn, share, laugh or make friends? Whether you have been an avid gardener for years or don’t know the difference between an annual and a perennial, please consider joining the Wilton Garden Club. Where else can you learn how to start seeds, propagate plants, make lovely flower arrangements, listen to lectures by well-respected industry professionals, and help beautify our town?
The common thread joining our 90 or so members is a love of all things garden-related and a commitment to Wilton. Knowledge of gardening is definitely not a prerequisite for joining the Club. Our members bring a wide variety of experience, skills and interests to the table.
From September to May we meet regularly, generally on the second Monday of the month. Our meetings are fun and informative, with a guest speaker, a brief business meeting, and lunch. Members are asked to attend meetings regularly, join a committee (we have 25!), and participate in our annual fundraiser, the Mother’s Day Plant Sale. It is a great way to meet people and get involved while working on interesting projects. We have a very active club with a wide range of committees, projects, and activities. Caring for town gardens, making holiday wreaths for town buildings, propagating plants in our greenhouse, working with seniors through our Garden Therapy programs, providing conservation education, maintaining and renting out Old Town Hall, helping with our newsletter, touring a garden, or learning the art of flower arranging are just some of the many ways in which you can be involved.
To attend a meeting or for more information, please contact our Membership Chairs or any Club member. Please join us for a meeting and lunch and get to know us.
Membership Chairs: Sharon Frost and Michele Klink
Providing Community Service, Education, Horticulture,
Conservation and Artistry