Botany Belles & Beaus Garden Club

A garden club serving St. Croix County Wisconsin.

This year's theme: Plant a Tree. Plant Hope.

ABOUT US . . .

The club began in 1968 in Baldwin to promote the love of gardening. It is associated with the Wisconsin Garden Club Federation. We are united in our interest in gardening of all types and meet together to share gardening tips, encourage each other and to learn more.

Botany Belles and Beaus Garden Club members come from communities in central St. Croix County. If you are interested in gardening, flower arranging, tours and more, feel free to join us. Meetings are on the third Thursday of each month and are held at the Baldwin Town Hall located at 2399 90th Ave. If anyone has questions, please email us or call 715-698-2981.

Preparing for Spring!

A beautiful February day found some members reveling in the smell and feel of soil as they planted 36 hanging baskets for the streets of Baldwin.

Using up some leftover supplies, 17 pansy pots were planted. These will be available for purchase during the tree sale distribution on April 25th.


April 25th

Tree orders need to be picked up on Sunday, April 25th at Paisley Cow in Baldwin from 11 to 3.

Thanks for your orders and support.

Bonnie Ringer Recognized

The Wisconsin Garden Club Federation recognizes members who do the extra with the "And Then Some Award." This year's recipient from the St. Croix District is Bonnie Ringer. Bonnie uses her creativity, energy, and organizational skills in many Botany Belles and Beaus endeavors to make them a success and serves on WGCF's Strategic Planning Committee. Thank you.


Thank you for the community support to our bird seed wreath sale. We look forward to putting the funds raised to work in support of community garden and beautification projects.

Check out the Nature Photography Show page to see the winners of the 5th annual contest held during Chili Fest.

BBBGC Receives NGC Plant America Grant

The Botany Belles and Beaus received a $1,000 to plant trees at Viking Middle School from a NGC Community Plant America grant. Sixth graders under the direction of Jason Glampe, media specialist, researched and recommended trees to be planted to garden club members. Due to Covid complications, 10 trees were planted by families and garden club members in August. The students learned the proper procedure for planting trees and are excited to see the trees grow. Trees were planted along the sidewalk leading up to the building, at the entrance to the parking lot, and by the ball fields. Six additional trees were planted in April by garden club members since they were bareroot. Money from National Garden Club, Inc. was supplemented by the Botany Belles and Beaus.

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Updated 02.26.2021