A Garden Club for Everyone

Lyndale Park Mixed Border Gardens

The Men’s and Women’s Garden Club of Minneapolis is an organization for all people interested in gardening. Our members hail from communities throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area, from all walks of life and have diverse gardening interests.

New! Native & Shade Garden Self-Guided Walking Tour

More About the Club

Plan a visit to the gardens at Lyndale Park.
Take a self-guided tour of the Native and Shade Garden.

We award annual scholarships to students of horticulture.

All of the photos on our website were taken by club members. Check out our 2021 Photo Contest Winners and Photo Show Archives.


We have year round activities and monthly meetings which feature presentations by experts on a wide variety of gardening topics.

Learn how you can join our garden club.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday December 14, 2021 6-9pm
Annual Holiday Party
and Silent Auction
Embassy Suites, Bloomington

The Holiday Party will include:

  • A Silent Auction of member-donated items and gifts during the Social Hour and Dinner (we will not be soliciting businesses for donations this year).
  • Social Hour with punch and appetizers (cash bar in lobby).
  • Electric piano Entertainment during the Social Hour and Dinner by Benny Weinbeck.
  • Full turkey Dinner with dessert bar.
  • Holiday Party Program:
    – Special commentary by Bob Olson and Andy Marlow
    – Showing of the U of MN Arboretum Winter Lights Exhibit with Peter Moe
    – Announcement of various MWGCM Award winners

Important info:  Submit your Holiday Party and Silent Auction registration form along with the $35/person fee BY Monday, December 6th

Holiday Party Reservation Form
Holiday Party Details

SAVE THE DATE for the 2022 Plant Sale!
Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church, 3450 Irving Av S, Mpls

We would love your feedback on which plants from the 2020 sale worked and which plants didn’t.
Email us!

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