Please Join The Garden Club of Weaverville for Our October Meeting
Program Topic: Addressing the Challenges of Gardening on a Slope
Tuesday, October 9th at 9:30 am
In the Weaverville Town Hall Community Room
The abundant slopes in our mountainous home present a number of gardening challenges. Nina Shippen will share her knowledge, tips and techniques for successfully gardening on a slope. She has previously spoken on this topic at OLLI and the NC Arboretum.
Nina practices residential landscape and garden design through her company Gardeniña, which focuses on coupling the principles of healing gardens with sound ecologic practices to create satisfying gardens for her clients. A graduate of the landscape design program at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies, she has lived and gardened in Transylvania County since 2005.
The Garden Club of Weaverville is a co-ed, non-profit organization open to everyone. For more information on what we do, becoming a member or supporting the club visit our website.
Join The Garden Club of Weaverville for Our May Program and Meeting
Free and open to the public!
Planting Gardens to Attract Butterflies
May 15, 9:30 am
Refreshments and Club meeting to follow
Weaverville Town Hall Community Room S. Main St., Weaverville, NC
A representative from Reems Creek Nursery will teach us everything weneed to know to attract butterflies to our gardens. *They will also have some interesting plants for sale.
All Garden Club of Weaverville programs and business meetings are FREE and open to the public. Programs start at 9:30 AM the second Tuesday of each month in the Community Room of the Weaverville Town Hall, 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC unless otherwise noted on our website or member email.
We are a non-profit co-ed service organization open to everyone. For membership and donation information click on the About page on the top menu. To join, click on and download a Membership Form in the top right of the home page and follow directions.
Browse our site for more gardening tips on native plants, roses, pollinator gardening, climate resilient gardening, companion planting, herbs, biodynamic vegetable gardening and other expert advice from previous presentations.