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Flamborough Horticultural Society

 

Next Meeting:   Wednesday, February 21st

Social Hour starts at 7:00 pm

Meeting starts at 7:30 pm

 

Guest speaker: Marilyn Cornwell

Topic: From Snapshot to Great Shot... In Garden and Flower Photography

 

  

Flower Show:   a Photograph taken by a member

of a garden setting displaying something red...


The Photo must be 5” x 7” including the border, in portrait or landscape perspective.
Entries must be received before the beginning of the meeting. Voting will take place at the first break.  This will be an open class.

 
There will also be a discussion of changes to the Flower Show committee and changes in the judging and awarding of achievement.

 

 

 

Usual monthly Meeting location:

  St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Parish Hall, 715 Centre Road, Waterdown.  

Parking is available at the back of the church.  The Parish Hall is to the left of the back entrance of the church.  Wheelchair accessible.

 

If you are interested in attending these, please send an email to the Flamborough Horticultural Society at flamhort@hotmail.com.

  

Please come out and join us!

Everyone is welcome.

Membership is only $15

   

Meetings occur on the third Wednesday of the month (Jan - Jun, Sep - Nov). 

Note that no meetings are held in July, August or December.

Please like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Flamborough-Horticultural-Society-Page-1005131679533776/

 

Please, find 

 

"Eight Essential Herbs Recipesby Talia Dyer at

 

http://www.gardenontario.org/site.php/flamborough/news/online/4389  

 

 

 

January Newsletter
by Board of Directors

 

As I write, a winter wonderland is upon us providing a spectacular view.  A fresh snowfall overnight makes everything glisten and clean. This year’s temperatures have been very low, the texture of the snow feels artificial.   I know the structure of my gardens but it is always nice to see how Mother Nature can ensure the curves and taller scrubs still can be seen.   The rabbit tracks and the m
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Last Updated: 2018-02-14