The Mahtomedi Garden Club is a group of individuals who are passionate about growing beautiful flowers and learning new things about gardening. We invite you to explore our site and learn more about the role we play in the community, opportunities for gardening education, membership, and our special programs and events.

Mahtomedi Garden Club

             Growing a blooming community

Celebrating our 75th Anniversary! 

The Lincolntown Garden Club held its first meeting on June 2, 1943 with 23 charter members. Meetings were held in members' homes so they could tour each other's gardens. Members were interested in learning about soil, landscaping, trees (mostly fruit) and soybeans. In lieu of dues, a collection was taken up at each meeting, resulting in a treasury balance of $3.73 after the first 6 months. Committees were formed, activities began, and the first plant sale was held in 1946 - resulting in a profit of $4.75. The club had grown to 38 members.

The Lincolntown Garden Club became the Mahtomedi Garden Club on November 25, 1952. Since then, many friendships have been formed as gardeners have gotten their hands dirty while learning about gardening and working on community beautification projects. We welcome you to join us at our meetings and even consider becoming a member.

Special 75th Anniversary Event - Inspired by Nature

Saturday August 11th, 1pm - 5pm at White Bear Center for the Arts


We had a very special open house event featuring floral artist interpretations of Project Art for Nature's art installation called Natural Reflections in the Ford Family Gallery, Master Gardener pollinator education tables, refreshments, socializing, and great speakers!


Click here to see a short video showing highlights of the event.

Click here to view a pdf of each floral artist's creation and their artist statement

Thank you to all who participated as presenters, event organizers, floral artists, master gardeners, greeters, poster hangers, and attendees!