Skyline Garden Club

Brightly colored flowers in a wooden pot.
Bright Planters

Skyline Garden Club presents: Happy Healthy, Glorious Spring to all!

Membership dues for this reduced season of January through May ($10/ single, $15 for family) can be paid at the door or mailed ahead of time to Nancy Oemick at 2111 Pennsylvania Court, Anacortes, WA 98221. New members are welcome to join at this time but need to RSVP before the day of the meeting, so share this information with your interested friends and neighbors.

For membership questions, don't hesitate to contact Nancy at 360-899-9911 or email Thank you to the many of you who have already paid up for this spring!

Although the state mandate will be lifted, we still ask everyone to wear a mask during our meetings. It is for everyone's well-being, thank you for being so cooperative!

For the remainder of this year, attendance will be limited to members only to provide for proper spacing. Seating is limited to 50 participants, and reservations are required. RSVP early; once we hit 50, no more reservations will be allowed.

RSVP to Barbara Lechner at or leave a voicemail (no text) on her phone at 360-982-2839 by Saturday, March 19. When you RSVP, please provide a contact number where you can be reached on the day of the program in case of unexpected cancellation due to weather or the speaker's availability.

We ask all attendees to be vaccinated, bring proof of vaccination, and wear a well-fitting mask.
Note: Those who provided evidence at the previous meeting will not have to show POV again.

Doors will open at 1:00 pm, and the program will begin at 1:30 pm. No refreshments will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your water bottle or beverage. The Free table will be set up, and someone will win the Door prize!

We are very excited about our spring programs and looking forward to meeting together safely.

Upcoming Events:

April 18 - Robin Haglund / GardenMentors: Design and Plant for 365 Days of Non-stop Color

May 16 - Skyline Garden Club Annual Meeting and Plant Exchange

Annual Garden Club Plant Exchange Program

This is a great opportunity to share plants and gardening knowledge, and acquire a new plant for your private collection. Bring in a favorite plant and take home a different plant. Start planning now!

Early spring is an excellent time to dig up or divide one of your favorite plants to share with a fellow gardener. Starting now gives the plants plenty of time to grow healthy by the plant exchange. We ask that all plants are healthy, disease and pest free, and in clean containers. If you do not have any plants in your garden to share, you may purchase one from a local nursery.

The way it works… Participants are asked to bring in a favorite plant, including its name and care information. Everyone will be given the opportunity to very briefly talk about their plant. Names will be drawn to choose a plant to take home. Participation is not necessary, but those who do not bring in a plant might not get one to take home.


We hope to see you there… Happy gardening!