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WSFGC Mission Statement

WSFGC coordinates the interests of garden clubs to provide education, resources and networking opportunities for its members to promote gardening, floral design, civic and environmental responsibility.

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Click HERE  for the 2024 Spring issue of the Washington Garden & Design Newsletter!

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Looking for the 2023-2025 WSFGC Directory? Click HERE

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Our Own Washington






What a vision every corner, of this grand old state of ours.

What a wonderland of beauty, in the forests and the flowers.

Every field of wheat a picture, framed with fruit trees fine and rare.

There is something most alluring in this country big and fair.

The land of rhododendron, the land of roses, too.

Where mighty mountains raise their snowy heads to skies of blue.

Where emerald lakes and rivers are sparkling in the sun, there never was a state fairer, than our own Washington.

Sawmills hum beside the rivers, ships are sailing on the Sound.

In the city and the country, health and happiness abound.

All the highways teem with traffic from the East out to the West, thus in mutual interest bonded, is the State we love the best.

All the heart could ever wish for in this country by the sea.

There's a welcome for the stranger, as there was for you and me.

With a chance for every toiler and when day and toil are done,

could you find a place more restful, than our lovely Washington!

From the WSFGC Archives (1935)

2024 WSFGC Flower Show Symposium 

September 24, 25 & 26, 2024

Dryer Masonic Center

Tacoma, Washington

Click HERE to learn more about the Symposium! 

WSFGC 2023 AWARDS Booklet 
Congratulations to all the winners!

Pacific Region Garden Clubs 2024 Convention

August 21-23, 2024

BP Energy Center

Anchorage, Alaska

Here's an opportunity to visit our garden friends to the north and learn about how they garden in the beautiful state of Alaska.

For more information on this event, Click HERE.

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Here's an informative newsletter called "Stream Team", a publication on improving water quality and connecting people with the local environment!  Review "Stream Team's" website and visit their Resource Library that contains virtual and video information on climate, native plants, wildlife and so much more!  Both the newsletter and the website provide ecological and conservation information in/around Thurston County, WA, with volunteer opportunities supporting a healthy environment.  To explore this publication and the "Stream Team" website, click here.


Note: Stream Team is a publication by the cities of Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and Thurston County. Nevertheless, the information provided on their website and in their publication is beneficial to everyone in Washington State. The latest issue can be found on the Stream Team's homepage.

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The Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs is pleased to extend a warm welcome to the Mill Creek Garden Club!

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NexTrex Plastic Recycling Project


Plastic pollution is a major environmental issue that has been affecting our planet for decades.  Your garden club can start making a difference by participating in a NexTrex Plastic Recycling Program. 


To learn more about the NexTrex Plastic Recycling Program and how your club can earn a free NexTrex bench for your community, click HERE.

*Please note that new changes have been made to the NexTrex program. 

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Nisqually River, Washington

Discovery Bay, Washington

"Nurture People, Nurture Plants, Nurture Our Planet"

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