Thank you, neighbors, for all your support at our very well-attended plant sale!
It’s MOSQUITO SEASON! Read all about reducing their breeding spots and remind your neighbors too!
We always accept empty plant pots, red solo cups, and *plastic* venetian mini-blinds to cut up for plant tags for use in our plant sale. Please drop either anytime in the driveway at 970 Woodland Circle. Thanks for helping us to reduce and reuse!
Tuesday, September 2nd, 7pm: meetings resume after the summer break
Tuesday, October 7th, 7pm: Seed and Cutting Exchange — Bring in cuttings of your favorite coleus, begonia, sweet potato vine, blood leaf, etc. and/or seeds like four o’clocks, moneyplant, columbine, dame’s rocket, hyacinth bean vine, moonflower, etc. Don’t worry if you don’t have any to share — come anyway and help us by taking some home for your garden!
Sunday, October 26th, 6pm: Our annual potluck Harvest Dinner with our Yard of the Month winners as our guests.
Tuesday, November 11th, 7pm: Flower arranging workshop, with cuttings of flowers and foliage from our members’ gardens. Go home with a pretty floral centerpiece for your dinner table.
Tuesday, December 2nd, 7pm: Members will continue our annual tradition and create 2 evergreen wreaths for display at Lawyers Mall in downtown Annapolis, and possibly more for display at our clubhouse. Members will cut a variety of evergreens from their yards Monday, soak ***submerged*** in water overnight, and bring to the meeting on Tuesday, along with their garden gloves, and pruners. Also members can bring a $5 wrapped gift for our usual boisterous gift exchange. (Please note: evergreens that are useful include spruce, yew, cypress, boxwood, arborvitae, juniper. Please do not bring: holly, euonymus, pine, magnolia — these leaves are too big, too prickly, too sappy, or wilt too easily. Thank you!)
All meetings are held in the Clubhouse meeting room unless otherwise noted. Questions? Phone Laura at 410-349-3390 or email email@example.com. New faces always welcome!