Meeting Times: Meetings are held the third Thursday of the month from
March through October.
If you are interested in any of the programs listed below, please email
12:00 – optional - bring your own lunch • 12:30 – business meeting • 1:00 - program
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Bring a plant, seeds, a pot, a plant book or a great idea for a garden. Give something and get something for some end- of- winter fun.
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Guest Speaker: Arabella Dane, award winning photographer and horticulturist, will provide tips and tricks for using your cell phone camera to achieve beautiful nature photographs.
Contact Marlene Taussig to make a reservation
Guest Speaker: Karen O'Shea will demonstrate how to create container gardens brimming with color, texture, height and draping. Contact Pat McFarlin
Guest Speaker: Henry Homeyer A life-long organic gardener, UNH Master Gardener, and prolific writer, Henry Homeyer will share his expertise in gardening to enlighten our appreciation of the natural world. Contact person: Nancy Barker
Guest Speaker: Palmer Koelb will guide us along the Stroll Garden where you can learn about the art of Japanese garden trees.
Contact: Charlene Malek to make a reservation
Guest Speaker: Diane Souther- Experience the bountiful summer harvest of peaches and other summer fruit. Your taste buds will be delighted! Co-owner Diane Struthers will host at the 2003 NH Farm of Distinction.
Contact: Diane Lane to make a reservation
Guest Speaker: Linda Pare- Award winning floral designer throughout New England will create stunning arrangements to inspire our members in the elements of design and artistic interpretation of color.
Contact: Roberta Gasco to make a reservation
Guest Speaker: George DeWolf- Coordinator of the Baker Ponds Butterfly Count, creator of the Quincy Bog in Bloom YouTube Channel and avid naturalist, George DeWolf will share information about the 80 species of butterflies in our state.
Contact: Carol Gerken to make a reservation