All About Ivy
Last call for IVY with ivy expert Russell Windle this Sunday, February 12. Bring a check or cash to purchase some spectacular cultivars and get them growing for use in containers and hanging baskets this spring.
Ivy is easy to propagate, so bring a friend to the program and if each of you buys a cultivar or two, you will soon double your collection!
In the mood for some arts and crafts?
Are you interested in mosaics and looking for a way to begin? if you would like to create mosaic art for your garden, start small. Meet patient and helpful Instructor Eleanor Parr DiLeo on Saturday, February 18 in her Create Your Own Mosaic Trivet class.
The Phildadelphia Flower Show’s website is up and there are some great talks scheduled for March 8th, the day of our bus trip there. When you need a rest, you can enjoy some of the free talks, such as Garden Magic: Big Ideas for Small Spaces, 10 Ways to Kill a Tree, Colorful Spring Containers and Natural Dying Using Common Plants. Then, it’s back to the show floor and shopping for that mandatory pussy willow! Your bus hosts, Sue and Steve George invite you to register now for this annual treat.
Blackburn Scholarship Tea
Andrea Fillipone’s garden has been featured in magazines and in Anne Raver’s New York Times gardening column. Read about it by clicking here.
Then register for the March 28 Blackburn Scholarship Tea, where Ms. Fillipone is the keynote speaker!
Remember that all our events can be found on our Events Page where, we are happy to say, you can register and pay on line -- just click on the "Add to Cart" buttons on our Events page and Membership page.
Our Retail Partners list continues to grow! Look under "Membership" and then "Discount Offers" on our website (or just click on the headline above).
Remember to bring your membership card when shopping.