Welcome to the new Antelope Garden Club website
We are located in Chino Valley Arizona
We meet the first Thursday of every month  at the Chino Valley Community Church
located on the Northeast corner of Hwy 89 and Road 3 North. Meetings start at 6:30pm

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Annual Plant Sale & Other Local Events

Saturday April 30, 2016

8:00AM – 1:00PM

Walgreen’s Parking Lot
Hwy 89 and Road 2 North, Chino Valley

Annuals, Vegetables, Perennials,
Shrubs & Trees

Truckload of Wilby’s Compost
“Where Wilby’s goes, anything grows”
and other great raffle items

Click to download the flyer:  2016Sale flyer


Alta Vista Garden Club, Prescott, Arizona, presents its biennial garden tour Saturday, June 18, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Click Here for details on the Prescott Garden Tours


Lavender Herb & Tea Farm Events

Click to download more information :LavenderTea Farm


Donation to Senior Center

The club has donated 20 poinsettia plants to the Chino Valley Senior Center for their Christmas lunch this Wednesday.  We purchased the plants from the Yavapai College greenhouse in Chino Valley.


Senior Center Patio

The proceed from the garden clubs annual plant sale at work.

This was the patio before improvements.









With help from funds and members who volunteered their time, Chino Valley seniors can enjoy a relaxing experience on their new patio.



This entry was posted on October 28, 2015, in Gardening.

Annual Plant Sale

Saturday, May 2, 2015

8:00AM – 2:00PM

Truckload of Wilby’s Compost and other raffle items

Annuals, Vegetables, Perinnials, Shrubs, Trees

Walgreen’s Parking Lot   Hwy 89 and Road 2 North, Chino Valley

This entry was posted on April 13, 2015, in Gardening.

Wisteria Vine

This beautiful Wisteria vine is growing at a members house right here in Chino Valley.

Click on the picture to learn more about growing Wisteria


Tour of Yavapai College Greenhhouses

Our club was treated to a tour of the greenhouses. In addition to the green house where plants are grown via different methods and fish are grown in pools, we also saw their garden cover crop, retention pond, newly planted vineyard and fruit tree orchard.  James and Amber, our tour guides, are quite enthusiastic about the courses and opportunities for experimentation in the horticulture program.


This entry was posted on November 21, 2014, in Gardening.

Whipstone Farms

A special thank you to Whipstone Farms for inviting our garden club to tour the farm. We enjoyed it very much.

This entry was posted on October 8, 2014, in Gardening.