|Garden Club: 04-25-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 25 April 2013 09:06|
Bowling Green Women's Garden Group
Six members and two guests attended the April meeting of the Bowling Green Women's Garden Group. The meeting was held at Wolf's Blooms & Berries.
Before the program and meeting, members and guests toured the greenhouse to view all the plants. Kay Miesle served as hostess for the meeting.
Members enjoyed the program presented by Sue Wolf on fairy gardens and a showing of many new varieties of flowers.
Following the program, a brief business meeting was held. Members were encouraged to attend the county meeting to be held on April 23 and the regional meeting in Bryan on May 2.
Miesle provided handouts to the group on tomatoes and "Why monarch butterflies are dying record numbers."
Linda Kuhn gave a recycling hint of using egg shells to start plants from seed.
Members were asked to plan an agenda for a monthly meeting and be a hostess for the coming program year.
Guests were Jo Sipes and Camille Harris. Members attending were Evelyn Bachman, Kuhn, Jean Ladd, Lynette Rosebrook, Marilyn Pahl and Miesle.
You may contact him at (419) 352-4611.
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