Saturday, August 3, 2019

Next Meeting: August 14, 2019 Arcola Trail Flower Farm Tour

Our tour for Wednesday, August 14th is Arcola Trail Flower Farm. Susan Rockwood and her husband started the business in  2015, when Susan retired from a health care administration career. They grow and sell their cut flowers to floral designers, groceries, brides, or to anyone who needs more flowers! They provide local, organically grown blooms from May to October. 

Friday, July 5, 2019

July 10, 2019 Fairy Gardens!

Judy Melander lead a session for all of us to learn how to create a fairy garden.  Materials were purchased as well as donated by several members.  Each attendee was able to create something fun and unique.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

June 12, 2019 Anderson Peony & Iris Garden

On June 12 we toured the Anderson Peony and Iris Garden.  They have an amazing variety and it is worth the drive.  The late spring worked to our advantage in that there were many iris in bloom and a variety of colors we had never seen before.

Our Plant Sale is Saturday, May 18, 2019

Kids Learn About Gardening Class!

Join members of the Trillium Garden Club on May 4th, 10:30-noon at the Stillwater Public Library as they lead a gardening class for 8-12 year olds and a “favorite” adult. Instruction will include growing pumpkins and sunflowers. 

 To register go to and click on the events menu. The class is free.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

April 10, 2019 Bailey Nurseries Presents Proven Winners for 2019

Debbie Lonnee, of Bailey's Nursery, presented some new and improved plants and shrubs for 2019.  Debbie is a 30-year veteran of the nursery industry.  She is a prolific garden lecturer and the horticulture editor of Northern Gardener magazine.  The slide presentation corresponded with a handout.  Here are two of the featured shrubs!

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

March 13, 2019 University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences Conservatory.

We toured several of the conservatory rooms which held a wide variety of plants;  from palm trees, various species of cacti, to orchids and a corpse flower.  This facility will soon be razed as a new conservatory is being built in that area.