2017 Garden Tour and Tea

Garden Club reinvigorated and welcoming all who might be interested in joining

This year’s garden tour had everyone starting and finishing together at the two public gardens on the tour. Four private gardens were open for tours at set times. It was a lovely cool summer day and the variety of gardens were enjoyed by all.

Garden Club Meetings

Second Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m. at the public library.

Nov 14, Preparing your garden for winter

Jan 9, TBA

Feb 13, Propagation

Mar 13, Soil

May 8, Plant sale & trade

Suggestions for topics and speakers welcome.

 

Artist Pat Gauthier painting in the garden Photo Fiona Maureen

Photos Fiona Maureen

Photos Fiona Maureen

Photos Fiona Maureen

Landscaped gardens at Nak’albun Elementary School Photo Fiona Maureen

Photos Fiona Maureen

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