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Martha Washington Garden Club


 

August , 2018 

MWGC@Ymail.com


All are welcome to our events, you do not have to be a member to join us.


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GARDEN LECTURE SERIES



All are welcome to our tours and lectures, you do not have to be a member . Guest fees


range from  $5 to $10 at the door. Lectures, unless otherwise noted,  are held at the


Lower Makefield Masonic Hall, 1600 Edgewood Rd, Yardley 


General meeting begins at 12:30 PM. , speakers begin approx. 1 PM 


The presentations for MWGC for 2018 - 2019 will be as follows:

Here's a sneak peak at some of our exciting lineup of speakers for the 2018-2019 season. Check out more details later at     www.marthawashingtongardenclub.org
All meeting at held at the Lower Bucks Masonic Hall, 1600 Edgewood Rd, Yardley unless otherwise stated . Meeting begins at 12:30, speaker begins at 1 PM


September 26  Another fun Make and Take, we will be experimenting with incorporating designed  foliage into arrangements

October 24, 2018
"A Beautiful Bounty: Color and Design in the Vegetable Garden" by Christine Thomas, Thomas English Gardens of Yardley
Become inspired to create your own delicious vegetable garden and perhaps even share your bounty with family and friends!

February 27, 2019
"All the Buzz about Honey Bees" by Suzanne Luciano, The Italian Bee
Discover the importance and keeping of Bees by our local tenured BeeKeeper.

March 27, 2019
"The 10 Most Useful Plants in PA before Columbus" by Chris Applegate, Churchville Nature Center
Long before Columbus arrived, Native Americans used their botanic resources for food, medicine, building materials, fibers and dyes. Come and hear how they took advantage of hundreds of plants to meet their specific needs.

April 24, 2019
"Why Fly to Holland when you can Drive to Holland (and all about Tulips) by Marco Jurjevich, Holland Ridge Farms, NJ
Learn all you ever wanted to know about tulips from Holland Ridge Farm, who boast acres of over 1 million  spectacular tulips  in all colors during their gorgeous Spring Tulip Festival

May 22, 2019
"Introduction to Hyponic Growing" by Dominick Mack, BrightFarms, Yardley
BrightFarms uses the freshest local produce, delivered to your supermarket within 24 hours of harvest year-round, using sustainable growing methods. Find out about our own BrightFarms, located on Stony Hill Road, Yardley




Tours 

TOURS 

Please let Karen Papastrat know via email kpapastrat@gmail.com or phone 215 630 6149 if you would like to reserve a spot.

 







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