Past Program Topics

Presentations

  • Best Tools for Your Garden … and Keeping them in Shape  by Paul Cremer, from Meadow Cove Farm and Evergreen Landscaping
  • Miniature Gardens by Laura Carter, of Thyme in the Garden 
  • Organic Gardening by Ruth Gonzalez of Reems Creek Nursery
  • Using stones in the garden by Joe Roberts, a local stonemason

Tours

  • Member Gardens
  • Asheville Botanical Gardens

April 8, 2014 -Asheville Botanical Gardens Wildflower Tour and Meeting

Our April meeting will be on the 8th at 9:30 am at the UNC-Asheville Botanical Gardens on Weaver Boulevard in Asheville.  Please join us to admire the lovely spring wildflowers as we are guided around by the garden staff. Get directions and more information at this website:  Asheville Botanical Gardens

Pink primrose

Native primrose in bloomI love this primrose that grows so well in our area. They are vigorous and transplant easily. They show such enthusiasm even in drought that I enjoy letting them spread. This is one of my favorites, but I do cut them back after blooming since they get straggly and unattractive. Not to worry – they bounce back next spring.

For more info: http://journeysandjonquils.blogspot.com/2011/06/plant-care-profile-pink-evening.html

by Lois

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