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Beach Garden Society

Welcome to

The Beach Garden Society

"Beautifying the Beach for over 30 years" 

 

The Beach Garden and Horticultural Society is a vibrant group of people united by their appreciation of the beauty of our natural world, and the challenge of gardening in this area of shade and sandy soil.  

 

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BGS was established in 1985 by well-known gardener and founder of many horticultural societies, Dave Money, absorbing the East End Dahlia and Chrysanthemum Society. Today, BGS has almost 200 members, including keen amateurs, balcony gardeners, knowledgeable green-thumbers, professional landscapers and designers. Among our members there are Master Gardeners and several accredited Horticulture and Design Judges. But you do not have to be a gardening expert to join us! Our meetings feature great speakers, delicious refreshments, good fellowship, and an extensive library. In spring and fall we also have flower shows.

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On the Saturday of the May long weekend, the BGS holds the BEST Perennial Plant Sale around. The school gym at Adam Beck is filled with thousands of plants - some from a local grower and many from our own members' gardens. There is something for everyone: native plants, selections for shade, sun, dry areas, even those very special "must haves" in our specially selected Connoisseur Collection.   

 

 

READ MORE ABOUT OUR MANY ACTIVITIES

ON THE "ABOUT US" PAGE 

AND THE LINEUP OF MONTHLY SPEAKERS

ON THE "MEETINGS" PAGE

 

 

 

 

May15,2018 Sean James, LOOKS GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT! PERMACULTURE: LIVING OFF THE LAND
by BGS

Our first meeting of the year with special speaker Sean James. Sean will give creative solutions for city yards, allowing youto grow food and keep it ornamental. He emphasizes using edible natives and perennials to be eco-friendly.

Free to Beach Garden Society members. Cost to visitors: $10

Join the Society ($15 for Seniors and $20 for others) and enjoy this speaker PLUS the every amazig Paul Zammit at our September meeting.

Flower Show - bring in yout entries from 6:45 to 7:15


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Last Updated: 2018-04-02