Members Only Event Calendar:

2020-2021 Monthly Meetings via Zoom at 11:00 am

Content of meetings TBD. More detailed information once available, can be found here

General Meeting Schedule:

  • September 14
  • October 19
  • November 16
  • December 14
  • January 11
  • February 8
  • March 8
  • April 12
  • May 17
  • June 8 – Annual Awards Luncheon

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Public Event Calendar:

Annual Mother’s Day Plant Sale 2021:

Greenhouse Sale – Wednesday, May 5th
Plant Sale – Friday, May 7 & Saturday, May 8th

If you are looking for a creative outlet during these unprecedented times of uncertainty, please take a minute to peruse our website for garden tips and inspiration.

What’s New:

Welcome to the 2021 Daffodil Festival!
It’s our birthday, and we’re throwing a party! The Wilton Garden Club is pleased to host its first ever Daffodil Festival as one of several events to mark its 100th anniversary. There are activities for all ages, and festival-goers are encouraged to dress up for the occasion and participate enthusiastically! Please join us on Saturday, April 17th from 10am-2pm at the Wilton Historical Society (224 Danbury Rd). For more information and to register for this event, click here.

Wilton’s Golden Miles Program
In addition to the Daffodil Festival, the Wilton Garden Club invites you to take advantage of a self-guided driving tour of the thousands of daffodils planted by its members last fall, click here for directions. These cheerful daffodils mark the beginning of a new campaign by the Garden Club. Dubbed the Golden Miles program, the daffodils are a gift to the town from the Garden Club to commemorate its centennial anniversary. As part of its continuing beautification efforts, the Garden Club plans to enlist the help of the town’s residents, businesses, and local organizations to plant successive waves of daffodils each year. Its goal is to plant 15,000 bulbs over the next five years. The Club would like to thank the Wilton Kiwanis Club for its financial support and helping hands in planting the daffodils at the Wilton Historical Society. Read more about it here.