Tag Archive | garden

April General Meeting

Speaker Neil Sanders on “Gardening Will Kill You.” Doors open at 9 a.m. for social hour. Short business meeting at 10, followed by presentation. Due to coronavirus restrictions, location and time are subject to change. Please watch home page for updates.

February General Meeting

Featuring speaker Wendy Fogg on “Herbs to Support a Healthy Immune Response.” Doors open at 9 a.m. for social hour. Short business meeting at 10, followed by presentation. Due to coronavirus restrictions, location and time are subject to change. Please watch home page for updates.

January General Meeting

James Brewer speaks about “Garden Design Memoirs.” Doors open at 9 a.m. for social hour. Short business meeting at 10, followed by presentation. Due to coronavirus restrictions, location and time are subject to change. Please watch home page for updates.

November General Meeting

A Zoom Meeting to discuss the Douglas Tallamy lecture, The Urban Landscape: Making a Difference in Your Community. Click here to view the lecture at your leisure, then join the Zoom meeting to share your opinions. Our previously scheduled speaker, Marie Patrice Masse, will be rescheduled due to pandemic restrictions.

More September Happenings

Donna R. obviously has green thumbs. And she’s a talented photographer too!

 

Organic Beefsteaks — “We had a nice year of tomatoes. “

Organic Carrots

Garlic — “We planted in the fall and harvested them in July. Twenty five huge organic bulbs that made us very excited.”

“Our first attempt at onions brought us a small happy harvest.”

 

Organic Squash — “We thought we would attempt these this year. We have had quite a harvest.”

“When I came to the first meeting you had the speaker from Fuller Gardens. After his talk I decided to try and grow a rose bush. Here is one of the first 7 roses that it keeps producing. I’m very excited about being able to nurture this rose.”

 

“Some of the sunflowers growing in our gardens.”

“I enjoy putting together the window boxes.”

“The mom built a nest on the hose so we had to water from another source until the birds left the nest. We had two other nests in our shrubs and you couldn’t go near them or the mother would aim and dive for your head!!”

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And from Linda V, “My helianthus and Joe Pye weed are still going strong.”