The holidays have almost passed, the cold has settled in, and it is time to start dreaming of spring gardens and the glorious blossoms of summer. In a few weeks, our mailboxes will start to fill with the seed, perennial, tree and shrub catalogs. It is always a pleasure to dream of additions to the garden, or to create fantasy gardens with exotic specimens.
Gifts to the fund for Charitable Projects given in 2018 will be tax-deductible, this year, to the full extent of the law if mailed by December 31. Mail checks to Carol Provan, 2 Hampton Court, Beachwood, OH 44122.
Jennifer Moeller organized a great troupe of Provisional Members to plan and execute the Greens Workshop on December 11 at Plymouth Church. A lovely time was had by all who attended and made beautiful arrangements to adorn their houses during the holidays.
What a timely moment to address glitter! Glitter is made of plastic and aluminum bonded together with polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Phthalates are endocrine disruptors and can cause serious health damage.
What's the news? What did you hear over the garden gate? Has your contact information changed since the new Directory was published? Who heard what? Who has learned something to share with us? Who has a great new idea? Who loves to share the miracles of nature? It's all here!
If you’ve been collecting succulents the last few years, you may have noticed that after a while their growth slows down and the leaves become less colorful or shriveled. These are signs that the plant is outgrowing its original container and should be re-potted.
Here come the holidays! Are you ready? Have you preheated your ovens, polished your candelabras, completed your shopping? If you are looking for a welcome escape, plan to attend our Greens Workshop on December 11 at Plymouth Church.