Our club was officially organized in 1935 after originating as part of the Women’s Club in 1929. In 1942 the club, in conjunction with the Park Board, laid the foundation for the Memorial Rose Garden in Cahoon Park. In the
The attached educational e-booklet is a compilation of advice, tips and information gathered over the years from various environmental sources. You will find ideas on the topics of green cleaning, gardening, recycling, composting, conservation and general ways to think GREEN!
Speaker Jaqueline Kowalski gave us lots of good information to help us enjoy a variety of fresh flowers year round. Everything from selecting, planting, maintaining, harvesting, and arranging was covered including many helpful hints such as recutting the stems every
“Look at Nature.” That is what Monet answered when asked where he got his inspiration. That is what the Garden Club members were treated to when speaker Felicia Zaverella Stadelman presented one beautiful slide after another of Monet’s groundbreaking work.
Photos from our annual Christmas gathering at the Cleveland Yachting Club:
Some pictures taken at the Wednesday morning workshops!
Everyone pitched in to create charming Christmas arrangement mugs for area shut-ins and cancer patients.
September Meeting: We kicked off a new year with an informative program on Rain Gardens. October Field Trip: The Hildegard of Bingen herb presentation at CBG was a big hit. October Meeting: Beth gave a delightful talk on Tea.
Once again we invaded Dean’s Garden Center and created some beautiful container gardens! .
Master Gardener Cathy Barr inspired us with her love for succulent plants: