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Tag Archives: Charlotte Garden Club
My friend and vidiographer Morry Alter visited me this week and blessed me greatly by putting together a much appreciated video of my garden. On that same day I had opened my garden to host the “The Plein Air Buds,” a group … Continue reading
Azaleas are taking over prime spots in our garden, and, despite a week of rain (the level in my rain gauge is almost at four inches for the week), the azaleas have not been beaten down and are holding up well. … Continue reading
Volunteers from the Charlotte Garden Club and a number of young people from the Charlotte area spent Saturday morning installing landscape for three Habitat for Humanity built homes in north Charlotte. The group was directed by Michael and Michelle Styers. Michael is … Continue reading
Last night the Charlotte Garden Club hosted its annual Holiday Decorations presentation. This year’s offering was led by Jeff Drum, Garden Curator at Historic Rosedale Plantation here in Charlotte. Jeff is well known to Charlotte gardeners for his many years on … Continue reading
On Sunday, 12 October, my Arranger and I joined members of the Charlotte Garden Club as we gathered to celebrate ninety years since its founding in 1924. It is believed to be the oldest continuing garden club in the Carolinas. Since we … Continue reading
I just received a package from the National Wildlife Federation. My garden is now a Certified Wildlife Habitat, and I have a certificate (suitable for framing) to prove it. I heard about this program during a Charlotte Garden Club presentation … Continue reading