Our December 17th Meeting will be held at Teaberry's Tea Room in Flemington.
This will be our Christmas/Holiday luncheon consisting of soup, salad, quiche, and dessert will be Teaberry's homemade Christmas cookies. Meeting time is 11:00am.
Greens Workshop - December 7th, 2015
This workshop is open to the public, with pre-registration and a $30.00 donation, payable in advance. The club provides instruction and all materials to create one of several holiday arrangements.
Registration starts November 1st, 2015 email@example.com to reserve your space, or phone 908-359-6317.
This workshop fills up very quickly!
October 30th 1:30 - 7:30
October 31st 10:00 - 3:00
Montgomery United Methodist Church
117 Sunset Road
Belle Mead, NJ 08502
Open and Free to the Public
October 22, 2015 - Meeting
PROGRAM: Horticulture Review
Joan Lippi: National Garden Club student judge and GCNJ Horticulture Chair for the 2015-2016 GCNJ Flower Show, will provide a workshop / overview of Horticulture for our October Flower Show, "Ghosts of the Sourlands". The upcoming GCNJ Flower Show is entitled "Celebrate -- a Party for the Senses".
Workshop following the meeting will craft a pumpkin decorated with succulents with components provided. Cost is approx $20.
Please bring pumpkin.
March 24th 2016 -
Marie Voorhees from Hidden Spring Lavender Farm in Skillman will give some in sight into growing lavendar and its many different, therapeutic uses. In the Spring they ofer tours of the lavender farm at a cost of $10 per person and there is also a gift shop. Program starts at 11am.
Lucnh will be served and provided by club members.
PROGRAM : HIGHLIGHTS OF DESIGN AND SPECIAL EXHIBITS
"Ghosts of the Sourlands" Flower Show, and is a Design Division Workshop, with National Garden Clubs, Inc. Accredited Judge, Jeannie Geremia, demonstrating three design types depicted in the upcoming Neshanic Garden Club’s Halloween Flower Show. Garden Club members and the public are welcome to
attend and also to exhibit at the flower show.
October 27th, 2016
"Native Wildflowers for the Home Garden"
by Hubert Ling.
Native wildflowers pay an essential rol in maintaining wildlife in NJ. We will discuss easy to grow native plants and explain which ones are especially vital for a biologically rich NJ. Plants will be discussed for shade, semi-shade & sunny areas. Where possible the impact these plants have on Native American populations will be discussed.
More information about 2014-2015
Our Greens workshop enables you to come and make your own arrangement or wreath for the Holiday Season.
Check out our Selected Photos section for pictures of our events.
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