Bi-Club Meeting
Oct
11
11:00am11:00am

Bi-Club Meeting

Superior Plants for Connecticut Gardens

Our annual meeting with Riverside Garden Club.

What makes a plant truly garden worthy? With more than twenty-five years of hands-on gardening experience, Nancy DuBrule-Clemente, owner of Natureworks Horticultural Services in Northford, CT, will explain to you what plants she thinks are the best and why. You will expand your plant palette and learn to ask the right questions when deciding on varieties of perennials, shrubs, ornamental grasses and vines for your own garden.

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Healthy Yards Workshop at GEC
Oct
18
8:30am 8:30am

Healthy Yards Workshop at GEC

Helping create a healthy and beautiful landscape that is water-wise and chemical-free.

Sustainable Greenwich's (a partnership initiative of the Greenwich Conservation Commission) workshop includes talks on healthy soil, avoiding harsh chemicals, water conservation, and several different discussions on compost and feeding the soil. 

This looks like a great session for anyone who wants a beautiful garden that isn't a chemical soup. You can register online. 

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March Meeting
Mar
9
11:00am11:00am

March Meeting

The Role of Wetlands and Their Impact on Long Island Sound and Flooding and Coastal Resources

Our well-known town employees, Katie DeLuca, Director of P and Z, and Patricia Sesto, Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Director, will take a team approach to this multifaceted subject that affects us all. Attend and become more informed.

Q and A session to follow.
Guests are welcome

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April Meeting (first Friday)
Apr
6
11:00am11:00am

April Meeting (first Friday)

EcoBeneficial Gardening for Spring

Your yard is more than a combination of trees, shrubs and perennials: it’s a complex system where all living things are connected, which contributes to species diversity by attracting and supporting more birds, butterflies and beneficial insects.

Kim Eierman, founder of EcoBeneficial, a horticulture consulting and communications company, will explain how design choices, plant selection, and maintenance practices can make a huge difference in creating a beautiful, healthy ecosystem.

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May
17
8:00am 8:00am

May Field Trip

Instead of the regular monthly meeting, we will be taking a bus trip approximately 60 to 90 minutes away to visit a garden or two.

 

Your fee will cover admissions and a nice lunch. Final details will be announced in January.

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GCOG at OGFM
Sep
13
2:30pm 2:30pm

GCOG at OGFM

  • Presbyterian Church of Old Greenwich parking lot (map)
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Dividing Your Perennials

This week we have a special emphasis on dividing and propagating plants. This is a great time of year to insure that next summer is even more beautiful than this year. It's also the best way to get free plants, and makes it easier to plant spring blooming bulbs!

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