Annual Garden Tour – Kelton House Farm
Kelton House Farm is a piece of early America transported to modern-day Wisconsin. Featured on the 2017 Garden Conservancy Tour, this magnificent property was a special treat for all gardeners and history buffs.
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
Welcome to award-winning UW campus gardens and greenhouse for a tour sponsored by the MAMGC Environmental Committee.
Dale Sievert - Moss Garden and Ten Chimneys
Everything you wanted to know about moss and more! Featuring over 40 species of moss spilling over lush florals, water elements and statuary.
Docent led tours of the Ten Chimneys estate in Genesse.
July 2018 Tour of Member's Gardens
Havenwoods State Forest
A Down and Dirty Social, Sponsored by the MAMGC Horticulture Committee. Trail Walk and Continental Breakfast
Annual Meeting – Nature’s Classroom Institute and Montessori School - Mukwonago
Geoffrey Bishop, Executive Director and founder, lead members on a tour of the pollinator prairie while lecturing on invasive species.
Plants for Habitat for Humanity -- A Community Outreach Project
Milwaukee District Garden Clubs have been working with Habitat for Humanity for fifteen years to provide plants, small shrubs, trees, garden tools and gardening information to Habitat for Humanity homeowners in Milwaukee.
Annual MAM Garden Club Trip
New members join current club members for coffee, tea and sweets.
Art In Bloom April
Eleventh annual ART IN BLOOM!
Their floral arrangements, displayed throughout the museum, were spectacular!
Day Trippers Excursion One of our MAMGC members arranged for a bus trip to see the musical “Hamilton” in Chicago.
Open Road Exhibit tour
Sabrina chair of the photography committee set up a docent-led tour of “The Open Road” photography exhibit.
Using Native Plants to Attract Birds to Your Wisconsin Garden
Speaker: Mariette Nowak, author of Birdscaping in the Midwest, presented a program on gardening with native plants to attract and protect habitats for birds.
Friendship through Flowers Ikebana is a type of Japanese Art. Garden Club members joined Laurie Wareham, Teacher and Associate Master of The Ichiyo School of Ikebana to create 2 designs.