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We encourage you to learn About Us and how we support the community by our Projects and Events.

If you like what we do and how we work, and you have an interest in membership, call 248-318-2156 or email us at clarkstongardenclub@gmail.com. Our Membership Chair will get back to you.

We dig in the dirt, and have a great time at it! Visit again for more Upcoming Events.

Nancy Foley
President 2016-18 
Clarkston Farm & Garden Club

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2017 Clarkston Garden Club

Holiday Greens Market &

Wreath, Roping & Cemetery Blanket Fundraisers

26th Annual Holiday Greens Market is Saturday, December 2, at the Calvary Lutheran Church 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Your purchases help us fund:

Local Scholarships, Teacher Mini-Grants, Environmental & Educational School Programs, Library Gardens, Main St. Planters and so much more.

Click on Greens Market Custom Pre-orders for Boxwood Wreaths, Urn Bundles, Custom Arrangement sizes, prices and a phone number to order by Monday, Nov. 27th.

Click on Wreath/Roping/Cemetery Blankets to see sizes, prices and a phone number to call.

Local home delivery available before Thanksgiving for wreaths, roping, and cemetery blankets and must be ordered by  Monday, November 13.

Orders received Nov. 14-27 will be held at the Holiday Greens Market for pickup by 2:00 pm. (Cemetery Blankets only available if ordered by Nov. 13).




Clarkston Farm & Garden Club Mini Grants to Schools

Mini Grant Application Form 2018

2016-2017 Mini Grants were given to:

School Project
Bailey Lake Elementary Recycled Cap/Lid Garden Mural – 4th grade
Renaissance High School Connecting Big Kids/Little Kids in Nature – 9th- 12th grades
Clarkston High School Mini Garden Project (Special Ed. Students)
Bailey Lake Elementary Living Lifecycles 1st Grade
Bailey Lake Elementary Bulldog Hoop House 1st Grade
Independence Elementary The Hopefull Hoophouse/Farm to School
Bailey Lake Elementary My Chia Pet 2nd Grade Art
Pine Knob Elementary Fresh Start Kdg – 5th Grade
Early Childhood Outdoor Classroom/Plant & Animal Study – Young 5s
Springfield Plains Elementary How Plants Grow & Develop Over Time 2nd Grade
Andersonville Elementary Garden Club w/Grandma Joan Harbaugh 3rd Grade
Clarkston Jr. High Recycling Plastic Injection Machine – 8th Grade



Monday April 23 10:30 a.m.

Detroit Institute of Arts & Friends of Arts & Flowers

present 19th Annual Elizabeth Sites Kuhlman Lecture

with special guest Per Benjamin – demonstrating new trends in floral arrangements


Perennial Plant Exchange


Clarkston Garden Walk