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Dear Garden Club Friends,

What a lovely September! I don’t think the weather could have been more perfect. It was ideal for getting those garden chores in order. The days will soon be shorter and cooler and it will be time to put our gardens to bed.

We have many exciting workshops and speakers coming up in the next few months. On October 17 we will be hearing from Dan Jaffee about Native Plants for our gardens. On October 24th the Design Committee will host a workshop “Organic Delights” at the Weston Public Library. On November 5th The Horticulture Committee will host a ‘Kokedama’ workshop at Cynthia’s home. November 21st our program will be “Holiday Floral Design” with Lisa Oberholzer-Gee. Of course December will be our Greens Day on the 5th. This year Weston Media will be filming us making the wreaths and swag for all in town to see how it is done!

Keep your eyes open for Sign Up Genius links to various activities such as Greens Day and Library Flowers. We are having great success switching to this sign up format.

Thank you all who have participated in our various chores, including the Watering Trough, The Native Plant Garden, re-homing plants from the Fiske Triangle and cleaning up the Forbes Land. We have many talented hands in this club and we are all grateful for the expertise and hard work.

Please come back to the website frequently as we will be adding information and links to all of our activities.

Yours in Dirt,

Beth Jakubowski

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