|Westerville Garden Club|
Event Type: Crafts & Hobbies|
Age Group(s): General Audience
Start Time: 6:45 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
The Westerville Garden Club's aim is to develop the knowledge and the love of home gardening, to promote the conservation of natural resources, to support the laws, rules and regulations that promote environmental and ecological standards and to stimulate community and civic beautification.
August 14: This month’s meeting topic is “Flowers Favored by Bees, Butterflies & Hummingbirds.” Megan Fleischer, Horticulturist at Inniswood Metro Gardens, will present the program. Her program will feature flowers that bees favor, flower gardens that butterflies are attracted to and flowers that hummingbirds are drawn to. The three “B’s” are nature’s pollinators.
September 11: This month’s meeting topic is “Landscaping with Edibles.” Rebecca Lyon and Janelle Alloway, from City folks Farm Shop in Clintonville/Beechwold, will present how to incorporate edible, medicinal or otherwise nourishing plants into your existing landscapes. They will be joined by other special guests, Tisa Watts, Columbus Garden Coach, and Agi Risko, OSU Lecturer.
October 9: This month’s topic is “Making Your Holiday Floral Arrangement.” Lynn Fronk will demonstrate how to make beautiful holiday arrangements using the concepts of balance, color and texture. Lynn is a member of the Serendipity Garden Club and Creative Arrangers Guild. She serves on the Garden Club of Ohio Board as Past President.
November 13: This month’s meeting will be a Make ‘n’ Take Complete Dutch Garden. Marjolein Berbee, Leo Berbee Bulb Company in Marysville, will guide us in making our own complete Dutch Garden. Participants will receive a 10” pot, soil and three varieties of bulbs (a total of 10 bulbs) to take home and watch bloom in the spring. Westerville Garden Club members pay $10 and guests pay $20. Please RSVP to Debbie Osborn 614-203-2854 if you are not a Westerville Garden Club member and would like to attend.
About the Westerville Garden Club
Meetings include a wide range of top-notch educational programs. Topics cover the latest gardening techniques for flowers, shrubs, trees, vegetables and house plants; organic gardening; landscape and floral design; creating bogs and water features; conservation and environmental education; and the study of birds, butterflies and beneficial insects and how to attract them.
Location: Meeting Room A (Event)
Contact: Vicky Muse
Contact Number: 614-560-4596