Welcome! The Diggers Garden Club was established in Robbinsdale, Minnesota in 1943. We are affiliated with the Federated Garden Clubs of Minnesota, Inc. and the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. Currently we have approximately 60 members....new members are encouraged. Our club holds monthly meetings and during the year we also are involved in various projects. Please explore our web site and if you would like to learn more about our club or have any questions come to one of our meetings or contact us using the form on this website. Our club is a great way to learn more about gardening, share information, make friends, have fun and help contribute to and beautify our community. Also, you do not have to live in Robbinsdale to join...we have many members from outside the community.
Please check out our web site to learn more about our activities...
Would you like to become a member?
You are welcome to attend one of our meetings as a guest for free to see how you like it...just show up and tell us you are a guest. If you are ready to join, dues are $25 per year. Please fill out our membership/dues form located at the bottom of this page and either send it to the address on the form or bring it to a meeting.
When you join the Diggers Garden Club you will also become a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of Minnesota, Inc. at no extra charge. Check out their web site here.
The winner of the 2021 Millie Hisey Landscape Beautification Award is Christine Skeels whose home is at 4000 Quail Ave N in Robbinsdale. She was presented with the award by Millie Hisey at the Diggers meeting on September 21st. This is what the judges had to say as to why she was picked as the winner:
" We picked Christine for the award because we were very impressed with the work that went into her yard, the boulevards in particular, and the great variety of plants she has. The boulevard is very visible to anyone who goes by and adds color and beauty to that part of the street. We love how she made a Facebook page called The Free Little Arboretum and how she updates the page with photos of what plants are currently blooming. And she has gone the extra step and has a spreadsheet linked to that Facebook page that shows all the common plant names, their botanical names, their location in her yard, the year the plants were purchased and from what seller and she also notes if the plant later died and what year. All very useful and appreciated information."
Our congratulations to Christine!