The Winter's Chill is Here!
Garden Club Members and Friends,

Our daylight hours are shortening and the winter chill has begun to settle in.  Take advantage of our changing season.  Begin growing plants for the February Hort. Competition, peruse garden books or catalogues to think about next springs garden, or take a class 

Programs, workshops, trips and classes are underway.  I encourage you to participate in competitions, workshops and trips that our club has planned. Take the opportunity to enroll in one of the GCFM's many classes that are offered during the year and expand your knowledge base.  Our website will have a direct link to the GCFM for you to access all that they have to offer our club.

The GCFM now has the Mayflower online and it will also be easily accessed from the website and will be included in your Green Sheets as it is published.

I encourage you to take full advantage of all that your garden club and the GCFM has to offer.

Dee Freiberg



Upcoming events

26 Feb 2015 9:15 AM • First Parish Church
19 Mar 2015 9:15 AM • First Parish Church
16 Apr 2015 9:15 AM • First Parish Church



Time to start to think about preparing your garden for winter and planting those bulbs.

  When temperatures go below 55 degrees, move tropicals and houseplants indoors after cleaning pots and spraying for insects…This is a good time to seed, de-thatch and aerate your lawn…Divide perennials (and add a few that you may find on sale now)…Continue dead-heading perennials…Cut peonies to the ground before first frost…Apply fertilizer (such as Hollytone) to established shrubs and trees.

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