2023 - 2024 Programs

Join us for a year of learning, friendship, and serving the community.  Meetings are open to members and non-members.

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at St Andrew's Fellowship Hall on Dexter/Ann Arbor Rd, Dexter. Parking is available at Dexter Area Historical Museum.

Doors open at 6:30 pm with time to socialize. Our program runs from 7:00 - 8:00 with the business meeting starting at 8:00. 

Non-members are welcome to join us for one meeting without paying dues. If we are holding a workshop, we may not have sufficient materials for non-members to participate, although they are welcome to chat and get to know us.

September 12 Workshop - Flower Arranging

Malorie Evans, Honeybaby Homestead

Flowers will be supplied by the garden club.  Members are welcome to bring additional cut flowers to share.  

Members - please bring $25 dues in cash or check, preferably in an envelope with your name on the outside.

October 10 Swap or Steal Event

Please bring a plant (bought or dug from your garden) that you think someone else may want. Label with its name, soil/sunlight requirements and any other care instructions. We then have a lucky-draw swap and (vigorously contested) steal so that everyone goes home with a new plant. 

November 14 Speaker from Growing Hope Urban Farm

December 12 Workshop - Winter Greens Arrangements

  Sign-up Required to participate.  Send an email to Deb Fredericks,  fred.deb.haddock@gmail.com


January 9 Climate Change

    Mar Gartin 

February 13 Bird Photography

Ted Norris, avid photographer and birder


March 12 Fostering the Unconventional

Glen Pace - Master Gardener Trainer

Cultivation of plants that are rare, unusual, and some that are beyond explanation. Pictorial guide from Pace Gardens of many types of decorative trees, shrubs, vines, and perennials and their most common means of propagation.   


April 9         The Work of the Washtenaw County Conservation District

Summer Roberts - community forester who provides technical expertise in forestry and                                         native habitats 


May 14    Workshop - Container Planting

Participants bring a container, soil, snips, and "fillers" (a 6-pack of smaller plants). The     club will provide thrillers and spillers.  Sign-up in advance preferred. 

May 18               Plant Sale and Dexter Green Day 

June 11 Pot-luck Social

For more information on any of these programs, contact Carol Kelly, carolkelly6950@gmail.com