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- CELEBRATING 100 YEARS -

EDMONDS FLORETUM GARDEN CLUB

MAKING EDMONDS BEAUTIFUL SINCE 1922

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The Edmonds Floretum Garden Club began in 1922 with a simple idea: to beautify the city of Edmonds through flowers, plantings, and horticulture. Over the years, this mission has grown to include fostering educational opportunities, protecting wildlife, and sharing the love, beauty, and joy of gardening with all in the community.

JOIN US AT OUR NEXT EVENT

December General Meeting and Potluck

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Program: Herbs for the Northwest
Speaker: Bruce Bennett, Certified Professional Horticulturalist, Certified Nursery Consultant,
WSU Master Gardener, Rain Garden Educator

Dec 19, 2022
6:00 PM
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COMMUNITY

GRANTS & 
SCHOLARSHIPS

Floretum offers grants to Edmonds teachers for school gardens and scholarships for college-age students

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IN THE NEWS

OUR WORK & IMPACT

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Floretum's 100 year history

Floretum works hard to beautify Edmonds by planting the downtown corner beds and hanging baskets, cleaning up the beds in City Park and around the Edmonds library. We present monthly speakers at meetings that are open to the public.  We hold an annual plant sale, and we donate fresh vegetables from our p-patch weekly to the Edmonds Food Bank.

Your donation helps us to continue our service to the community.