The members of the Town and Country Garden Club welcome you to our website. Town and Country Garden Club is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan in Sheboygan, WI.
We are a small but well known group for our Midwestern values and dedication to our objectives, club members and community.
The objectives of Town and Country Garden Club are
To beautify and improve our environment through:
- The knowledge and appreciation of gardening, horticulture and flower arranging
- The protection of wildlife and native plants
- The preservation of areas of horticultural, historic, scenic or ecological value
- The prevention of air, water and soil pollution
- The encouragement of civic beautification
Town and Country Garden Club members
meeting at Bookworm Gardens, Sheboygan, WI
What makes a Garden Club Member?
“The future of our Club
depends on the energy, enthusiasm and creativity of our new members. Look today for tomorrow’s leaders, whether it
be in conservation, horticulture, civic planning and planting, or any allied
fields of Garden Club work.”
- from The Garden Club of America Annual Meeting, 1949
A Daffodil Show on the Lakeshore
Botanical drawing by club member, Sandy Zagozen.
The public is invited to attend as both visitors and exhibitors on
Saturday, May 9,
from 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Maywood Ecology Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Public welcome to attend and encouraged to enter their favorite
L to R:
Kayce Reinertsen, Lulu Lubbers, Anna Toman, and club president Linda Adams Photo by Gayle Meves
After a long, white, Wisconsin winter, members of Town and Country Garden Club in Zone XI will herald the arrival of spring by hosting their first daffodil show. The public is invited to attend as both visitors and exhibitors on Saturday, May 9, from 12 noon to 5 p.m. at Maywood Ecology Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
The show is sponsored by Town and Country Garden Club, Maywood, and the Midwest Daffodil Society. Approved by the American Daffodil Society, the show’s schedule offers classes for single daffodils, for multiples of the same kind of daffodil, and for collections of different daffodils.
Entries will be accepted on Friday, May 8, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Saturday, May 9, from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All accepted entries will be considered for a variety of ribbons and other awards. To encourage participation, even unidentified daffodils are welcome and eligible.
Show Chair Ray Rogers
Photo by Emily Gilbertson