Garden clubs

Alderwood Garden Club: Cedar Valley Grange Hall, 20526 52nd Ave. West, Lynnwood; 425-771-7670; mkboley@comcast.net.

American Rhododendron Society: Pilchuck Chapter, Red Barn, Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Road, Marysville; Wayne Lawson, 360-659-9218.

Arlington Garden Club: Gleneagle Family Restaurant, 7619 E. Country Club Dr.; Connie Gronning; moreinfo@arlingtongardenclub.org; arlingtongardenclub.org.

Camano Garden Club: Camano Country Club, 1243 Beach Dr., Camano Island; Liz Helms, helms@wavecable.com; 360-572-4895.

Down to Earth Gardeners: Camano Community Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island; LaLee Burrill, 360-387-3122.

Edmonds Floretum Garden Club: Edmonds City Hall, 121 Fifth Ave. N; Barbara Chase, 425-697-3552; www.edmondsfloretumgardenclub.org.

Everett Garden Club: Women’s Wellness Center, Citrine Health Building, 2940 West Marine View Dr., Everett; Kathy, 360-216-3306; everettgardenclub.weebly.com.

Greenbank Garden Club: September through June, Greenbank Progressive Clubhouse, corner of Bakken and Firehouse roads; 360-579-5880. www.greenbankgardenclub.org.

Green Thumb Garden Club: L’il Sprouts Nursery, 17414 Bothell Everett Hwy, Mill Creek, Marie Waller 425-512-5345; greenthumbgardenclub.wix.com/gtgc1.

Greenwood Garden Club: Warm Beach Community Church, 9620 188th St. NW, Stanwood; Patricia Simmons, 360-652-4138.

Mill Creek Garden Club: Shawn O’Donnell’s, 122 128th Ave. SE, Everett; www.millcreekgardenclub.com.

Monroe Garden Club: United Methodist Church, 342 S. Lewis St., Monroe; Jeannette Susor, 360-863-6160.

Mountlake Terrace Garden Club: Mountlake Terrace Library, 23300 58th Ave. W; mltgardenclub.com.

Mukilteo Way Garden Club: Locations vary; Jean Skerlong, 206-799-2484; www.mwgc.org.

No Nonsense Garden Club: City of Arlington’s Utility Office Building, 154 W. Cox Ave., meets 10 a.m. to noon the fourth Saturday of the month, 360-435-0463.

Oak Harbor Garden Club: Oak Harbor First United Methodist Church, 1050 SE Ireland; Helene Valdez, 360-675-0392.

Pilchuck Fuchsia Society: Red Barn at Jennings Park, Marysville; Diane Woodard, 425-252-6215, dlw48@hotmail.com.

Snohomish County Dahlia Society: Legion Park, Everett; Hills Collins, 360-659-8687 or Danielle Parshall, 425-486-6163.

Snohomish County Fruit Society: Meets 7 p.m. second Thursday of month, at the Boys &Girls Club, 402 Second St., Snohomish; Rebekah Jackson, 425-398-5544, email snohomishcfs@gmail.com; snohomishcfs.wordpress.com

Snohomish Garden Club: Snohomish Senior Center, 506 Fourth St.; Laura Hartman; 360-794-9121; laurahartman@wildblue.net; www.snohomishgardenclub.com.

Sno-King Fuchsia Society: Lynnwood Fire Station No. 14, 18800 68th Ave. W.; Dorothy Anderson, 425-776-4442; rand37@frontier.com.

South Whidbey Garden Club: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 6309 S. Wilson Place, Clinton; Sandy Eschen 425-443-5672; www.southwhidbeygardenclub.com.

Sultan Garden Club: Sky Valley Resource Center, 701 First St.; Kathleen Tyrrell, 360-793-3920; www.sultangardenclub.webs.com.

Tri-Valley Rose Society: Totem Middle School, 1605 Seventh St., Marysville; Lorraine Karman, 360-403-8148.

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