It is not yet April; the Magnolia soulangeana is already in bloom, and my daylilies are 7” tall. Have we really dodged winter so successfully? And what does it mean for this growing season, you may ask? Suzy Hartford has submitted an article this month that attempts to answer that question.
The Shaker Lakes Garden Club is seeking a small, select team of floral designers (2 to 5) to create a pair of LARGE arrangements to celebrate our club’s pivotal role in the birth of The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes.
The Charitable Projects Committee met on March 3 and chose two proposals worthy of a $5,000 award, the largest that the club gives annually. Club members will vote for the project they prefer at the April membership meeting, or a written vote may be submitted before April 23 if they are unable to attend the meeting.
For those SLGC members who missed our hypertufa workshops two years ago, or those who would like to do it again, Cleveland Botanic Garden is hosting two workshops – one for creating the hypertufa container, and one for planting its innards.
Join National Geographic and the National Park Service in Cuyahoga Valley National Park for the National Parks BioBlitz and Biodiversity Festival, May 20-21, 2016. Cuyahoga Valley National Park has been chosen as the BioBlitz “showcase” park for the Midwest Region!