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:
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.
Master Gardener Cathy Barr inspired us with her love for succulent plants:
Jeff Griff from Lowes Garden Center in Chagrin Falls gave us another excellent talk – this time he gave us many tips on what to do and not do to get our gardens and lawns ready for another year!
Maryann Thesing, owner of Garden PHD (Practicing Horticulture Differently), gave us lots of interesting ideas for landscape design, especially using Japanese Maples to provide year round interest. Check out her website: gardenphd.com
We were all “Busy Bees” making our unique plant tags at the January meeting!
Many creative wreaths for shut-ins and table displays for Village Project cancer patients!