Our 2020 annual picnic and plant exchange meeting was held on Pat’s driveway on June 18 as scheduled and it was attended by 15 members and a guest.
Season’s Greetings and Best wishes for the New Year
Countryside Garden Club
Photo: Our holiday container at Tweed’s Exhibit Bldg.
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- Thursday, April 25, 3-6pm (UDBG members day, 10% off entire plant purchase)
- Friday, April 26, 3-6pm (General Public)
- Saturday, April 27, 9:00am – 4pm (General Public)
- Thursday, May 2, 3-6 pm (General Public)
- Saturday, May 4, 9am-3 pm (General Public)
15th Annual Shearing Day and Herb Sale at Greenbank Mills and Philips Farm
- Saturday, April 27, 10am – 4pm
Annual Wildflower Celebration at Mt Cuba Center
- Sunday, April 28, 10am- 4pm
- Sunday, April 28, 8am – 4pm (kick off day) through Sunday, May 5
- Weekends: 8am – 4pm
- Weekdays; 9am – 6pm
Native Plant Sales at Coverdale Farm Preserve
- Thursday, May 2, 1-7pm (Members Only)
- Friday, May 3, 2-7pm (Open to Public)
- Saturday, May 4, 9am – 4pm (Open to Public)
8th Annual Community Plant Exchange at Good News Church
- Saturday, May 4, 10am – 12pm
Boy Scout Troop 29 Spring Plant Sale at Red Clay Creek Presbyterian Church
- Saturday, May 11, 9am – 6pm
- Sunday, May 12, 9am – 6pm
Flower Show and Nature Photography Exhibit by Brandywine Garden Club (at St Albans Center at the Episcopal Church of Delaware)
- Wednesday, May 15, 1-4pm
The NGC Standard Flower Show, “BEYOND THE GARDEN GATE” will be presented by three local garden clubs, Canterbury Garden Club, Garden Gate Garden Club and Moonflower Garden Club, on September 12, 2018 at Delaware Center for Horticulture. See the detail here. BEYOND THE GARDEN GATE Cover. Open to the public – Admission free!
Our Countryside Garden Club member, Kathe sent us an interesting letter talking about her family history connected with the history of Tweed’s Tavern. With Kathe’s permission, we would like to share with you her letter which can be accessed in the link below.
Members of the Countryside Garden Club maintain the garden around the historic Tavern and a new raised bed colonial kitchen garden (herb garden) is planned to be implemented this summer. (Photos of Tweed’s Tavern and the Museum by Hiro)
I was at a medical conference in Philadelphia for three days this week and took a stroll in the city during my lunch break. This was my first walking tour of the city and I was happy to find “Farm for the City” sponsored by Philadelphia Horticultural Society and others.
It was amazing to see all sorts of vegetables such as tomato, corn, cucumber, lettuce, growing in the middle of the great city. They looked healthy and delicious. Here are some of my photos from the farm for the city and the surroundings.