Providing Gardening Programs for the Portland Metro Area since 1946.

The Cedar Mill Garden Club continues to offer educational programming for the community. Join us to share gardening and landscaping tips, hear top-notch presenters on gardening and conservation, take field trips and share in the fellowship of like-minded men and women. 

We meet on the third Wednesday of the month at 9:30AM at the

Beaverton Community Center
12350 SW 5th St.
Beaverton, OR
(across for the Beaverton Library)
May 20th, 2015 

DIY Succulents - please bring a small tea cup or something similar and any succulents from your garden. 
BYOG! 
Business Meeting begins at 9:30A and Program starts at 10:00A



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Conservation Pledge

I pledge to protect and conserve the natural resources of the planet Earth and promise to promote education so we may become caretakers of our air, water, forest, land and wildlife. pledge to protect and conserve the natural resources of the planet Earth and promise to promote education so we may become caretakers of our air, water, forest, land and wildlife.

​Bird Pledge

"To my bird friends, I pledge my word that I will share my garden with them as welcome guests. For them I will provide food, water and shelter for nests and nestlings. May birds always find in my garden a sure and welcome sanctuary and in me its faithful keeper." 
~Junior Gardening Manual NFGC Inc.
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FIELD TRIPS

22nd April: Cecil & Molly Smith Garden | St. Paul, OR 
5050 Ray Bell Road NE, St. Paul, OR 97137

Carpoolers meet at K-Mart Garden Center(TV Highway & Murray) 10:30A. Plan to eat lunch while in the area and if there is time to visit a nearby nursery.

The Cecil & Molly Smith Garden is located in St. Paul, amid a canopy of native Douglas firs with over 600 species and hybrid rhododendrons and azaleas complimenting them are choice trees, shrubs, wildflowers and bulbs. 

We are planning to first see Sally Thompson's collection of plants in her greenhouse and Newberg home then have lunch at Sub Terra in Newberg 

Finally on to the garden for a private tour by Karen Cavenaugh between 1:00 and 1:30P for about an hour.

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring a walking stick if you like.

They will have Rhodies, Azaleas and other spring plants for sale $5-10 for a 1 gallon shrub  

A fee of $3.00 per person, cash or check only is charged.