Alternative Garden Club

The Alternative Garden Club is a friendly social club for members of the LGBT community and their straight allies who are interested in gardening, landscaping, and the natural environment. More Detail

Art Market

The Utah Art Market meets four times a year in the Garden Center. It is open to the public and offers a wide variety of arts and crafts for purchase. More Detail

Bonsai Club

Bonsai is the ancient Japanese art of growing miniature, healthy trees in ceramic pots or trays.  Bonsai is a challenging and rewarding hobby that combines a beautiful art form with a love of nature and of living things. More Detail

Neighborhood Garden Club

The Neighborhood Garden Club meets at noon the 2nd Monday of every month, September through June. Meetings include a catered meal and an interesting presentation on gardening and the environment. More Detail

Ogden Garden Club

The Ogden Garden Club was organized and federated with the Utah Associated Garden Clubs, Inc. in April 1986. We meet every second Thursday at the Village Inn, 322 12th Street, Ogden, Utah, at 7:00 p.m. More Detail

Park City Garden Club

The Park City Garden Club was created in May 1988 with a mission that “through garden tours and wildflower walks we plan to educate our members and encourage the enjoyment of gardening.” More Detail

Spade and Hope Garden Club

Spade & Hope Garden Club of Brigham City was organized on September 8, 1964.  Our motto is “We Grow, We Beautify, We Conserve."  Our flower is the rose, our bird is the hummingbird, and our colors are pink & white. More Detail

Utah Dahlia Society

Dahlias are a fascinatingly beautiful flower, which can be giant (over 12 inches wide) or miniature (1inch wide).  There are so many varieties and colors that it is impossible to ever get tired of these wonderful flowers. More Detail

Utah Iris Society

Iris, taking its name from the Greek word for "rainbow," is a genus of 260-300 species of flowering plants with showy flowers.  Today’s irises with their array of colors and varieties are not your grandmother’s iris of long ago. More Detail

Utah Orchid Society

The Utah Orchid Society’s goals are to promote an appreciation of the beauty of this unique family of plants and to educate members and the public about cultivating them in the home or in the greenhouse. More Detail

Utah Rose Society

The Utah Rose Society is the place to learn about all things related to the “Queen of Flowers.” Our members grow and care for over 1,500 roses in their personal gardens. We have the combined rose growing experience of over 100 years in our membership. More Detail

Other Affiliated Garden Clubs

The Garden Club of Cottonwood and the Utah Hemerocallis (daylily) Society are also affiliated with the UAGC. More Detail