East Gwillimbury Gardeners
Tuesday August 21st, 7:30 p.m., Mount Albert Community Centre
Special workshops meeting
Everybody is welcome. Free admission
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Are you interested in joining a group of friendly folk with grass-stained knees and dirt under their fingernails?
Then our group is for you!
EG in Blooms Winners, 2018 edition
Our members enjoy many benefits, including:
- Learn down-to-earth garden tips and green-thumb wisdom
- Get the inside scoop on what's new in gardening
- Play a part in beautifying East Gwillimbury
- Receive our award winning Over the Garden Fence newsletter chock full of gardening advice, garden-related events, recipes, gardening trends and so much more.
- Participate in flower shows and enjoy free informal workshops on floral design and other topics of interest
- Take part in photography competitions
- Get our current yearbook, loaded with hints on how to enter flower shows
- Receive discounts at several local nurseries
- Socialize with gardening friends from East Gwillimbury and beyond.
Dreaming, Planning, Learning and Looking
by Anne Hill
Hort Happenings February 2017
What can gardeners do in the winter? No, it’s not a riddle. It’s what my granddaughter asked me when I said I would be writing my Bulletin article today. She wondered what we could do to prepare the gardens so that we will be ready for spring. She and I agreed that gardeners can dream, plan, learn, and visit places where we can see beautiful flowers even when it is grey outside.
The dreaming and planning begin with thinking about what worked well last year and what will need to be changed this year. Have the trees and hedges got larg