The Milford Garden Club has been in existence for over 60 years. Today, with over 100 members, this active club puts on numerous fund-raising activities including the popular Plant and Bake Sale in May and the annual Garden Walk in June. In addition, we hold monthly meetings (except in the summer months when we are all gardening!) and offer numerous field trips to area gardens.

We welcome you to join us!


The Plight of the Monarch Butterfly-And What We Are Doing About it!

With the Monarch butterflies' nectar and milkweed sources in a drastic state of decline, the Milford Garden Club is dedicating its members' time and energy to help improve the butterflies' natural habitat here in our area. It is our intent to create awareness in our community of the potential loss of this precious species, and begin the rebuilding of habitats in our community's backyards and public areas so they once again may thrive.
Read more about the butterfly and what we are doing.




Monthly evening meetings are held the second Thursday of the months September through June at the Milford Senior Center, 1050 Atlantic Street next to the village/township offices and police station. Social time begins at 6:30 pm. The business meetings/programs begin at 7:00 pm. Guests are welcome.


 October 8th Speaker: Sue Grubba "Vines in the Garden"

20th Annual Milford Garden Walk and Market Sale

Thanks to our all wonderful homeowners who graciously opened their gardens to us for the 2015 Garden Walk!

Mark and Kelly Gorbe

Jan and Roland Bottiglia

Valerie and Jerry Hagerstom

Marcia and Jim Thompson

Kris and Clarence Garrett


Read a Good Garden Book Lately?

The Milford Garden Club has been diligently donating books about horticulture and conservation to area libraries for many years. Choosing from our long list of gardening books at your local library will surely get you fired up to make your garden the best ever this year. Browse for books by subject or by library. If you find a book you like, stop in the library and check it out!


Contact Brook at bqualman@yahoo.com for questions and suggestions.




Updated 10/6/2015