- Promote interest and education in gardening
- Perform community service
- Cultivate friendships
Fowler Pear Tree Park
Mukilteo Lane at Park Ave., Mukilteo – Refer to our ‘history’ by Alice Bell for the story of our ongoing and consistent involvement with the Park since 1953. Care and maintenance including replanting, weeding, feeding, composting, and trimming determined by the seasons continues our longtime commitment to provide oversight of the beds and plantings at the park. In 2013, the Club was proud to present three cloned samplings of the Fowler Pear Tree to the City of Mukilteo. The saplings were grafted by an instructor from Edmonds Community College and provide a legacy of the 150 year old tree for the community.
Crossing Paths Quilt Garden
Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave., Mukilteo Created and designed by Garden Club members in 2011, the ‘quilt’ motif is planted and maintained through out the year by Garden Club volunteers. It represents the ‘Crossing Paths’ of friendship between the members of the Mukilteo Way Garden Club and the Mukilteo Lighthouse Quilters.
Collaboration with the Mukilteo Lighthouse Quilters to present the biennial tour occurring during odd numbered years. Club members direct the selection of the gardens and provide help in all aspects of the promotion and hosting of the Tour.
A huge Thank You to all the gardeners, quilters and volunteers who worked tirelessly to make the 2017 Mukilteo Garden and Quilt Tour a spectacular success! We sold out of tickets. Our next tour will be in July 2019.
Horticulture Scholarship to be used at an accredited college or vocational school in the state of Washington. High school seniors, college students, anyone currently working in horticulture and related fields or those interested in beginning a new path into those fields are eligible. Classes must be in horticulture or horticulture-related fields and may be taken in pursuit of a degree as well as augmenting career goals. Application deadline is May 31. Scholarship Information and Application .
Club Plant Sale
Members share cuttings and divisions from their gardens to sell at the April meeting.
The Great Mukilteo Garage Sale
Participating in the citywide sale allows us to reduce, reuse, and recycle as well as raise funds for our Club.
Volunteer help with their workdays, as garden tour hosts, and maintain annual Club membership support.