Sept 9th, 2019 at 7 pm, Mary Winspear Centre
September 9, 2019, 7 pm.
Mary Winspear Community Center in the Charlie White Auditorium
The Peninsula Garden Club’s next meeting will be Monday, September 9th at 7pm at the Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney. The speaker for the evening will be Connie Young-Davis who will present “The World of Dahlias: Growing & Care”. Connie began growing dahlias 24 years ago and at present grows over 800 plants in her Victoria garden. Sharing her successes as well as her disappointments in growing dahlias has been an extremely educational and enjoyable journey. She takes pride in passing along all she has learned whenever she can.
Everyone welcome, drop in fee $5. Refreshments ($2 gets you coffee and a treat!), Parlour Show, Plant Stall, Library and Raffle.
Regular Club Meetings
Regular Club meetings are on the second Monday of each month. There is no meeting in August or January. Unless otherwise announced, all Club events are at the Mary Winspear Centre.
General meetings have a guest speaker, a business meeting, plant sale, raffle, refreshments, parlour show and awards ceremony. Exhibitors should consult the parlour show schedule available from the link button above this panel.
Other Event Information
Date: Aug 28th 2019 , 1:30 pm
Location: 9313 Carnoustie Cresent North Saanich.
Bonita Elliott’s home
What to bring:
- Gloves, trowel, secateurs (pruners) clean pots 4” and 1 liter
- If you have any chunks of Perennials you want to split and pot up, iris bulbs, dahlias, grasses, strawberry and raspberry runners, sedums , suckers from trees/shrubs (lilac, cleodendron) etc. Ask your neighbours if they have anything they want split bring the chunks and we will teach folks how to split them and pot them up.
We will split plants for the Sept sale and propagate plants for the spring sale.
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