Take a Class
Members of the Horticulture Committee invite you to a Horticulture Prep Workshop on Monday, February 4
at 9:30 a.m. in the office. Or come to a second workshop on February 27
. Or, come to both! Bring all your plant questions or even the plant to be identified. Bring a sandwich and plan to attend the club General Meeting in Kapnick Hall at 1p.m. If you can’t attend, send a photo of your plant to Horticulture Division Chair Lindsey Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org
) for her assistance in identification.
Combination Plantings (Division I, Section P, Schedule page 8) entries must be owned by February 6
to be eligible for entry in the March 22-23 Flower Show. Do a dish garden, a planter, a trough or another container. You will need at least three different species of the same genus. Last year, a log filled with different species of succulents won a Grower’s Choice Award. Information can be found on page 8 of the Flower Show Schedule.
Take a Creative Leap
Enter the World of Botanical Arts!
Ring Around the Rosie—Create a Wreath
Here We Go ‘Round the Mulberry Bush—Create a Topiary
Baubles, Bangles and Beads—Create a Necklace
Stepping Out—Decorate a High-heeled Shoe
Hats in the Garden—Create a Hat or Fascinator
All information can be found on pages 14 and 15 of the Flower Show Schedule.
Or, Enter the World of Photography!
This Land is Your Land
Flower Drum Song
The Waltz of the Flowers
See page 15 of the Flower Show Schedule.
Volunteer here to be part of Making Music. Help with staging. Be a hostess. Help with take down. Enjoy the process!
Questions? Contact Consultants listed in the Flower Show Schedule or Contact Mary Pulick at email@example.com.