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September 18 Meeting: Creative Container Design

The first Garden Club meeting of the season will be September 18 when Karla Dalley, a plant tester for Proven Winners, will reveal the secrets to finding the best plants on the market and incorporating them into Creative Container Design.

Meetings begin at 11:30am with a light lunch followed by a general meeting. Speakers begin at about 1pm and the meeting concludes about 2pm. Guests and new members are always welcome. For more information, see our Calendar of Events.


Andrea Brundage and Rosemary Wright Take Over as Garden Club Presidents

On July 1, the Redding Garden Club welcomed its new co-presidents, Rosemary Wright and Andrea Brundage. Both women are avid gardeners and are active in the Redding community. Rosemary steps up from being the RGC's Publicity Chair. She has been on the Redding Historical Society Board and Secretary since 2010, and works as a substitute teacher at RES. Andrea has been active on the Boutique and Membership committee of the RGC. She is also skilled quilter, sharing ideas and new techniques with friends every Thursday at the Heritage Center. They look forward to an exciting year ahead!

The first Garden Club meeting of the season will be September 18. Karla Dalley, a plant tester for Proven Winners, will reveal the secrets to finding the best plants on the market and incorporating them into Creative Container Design. For more information, visit www.reddinggardenclub.org or the Club’s Facebook discussion group, which is open to the community. Guests and new members are always welcome at RGC meetings.

 


Memorial Day Parade - Celebrating Redding's 250th

 


We had a great Plant Sale!

A little rain, a lot of fun, and Redding's community spirit made for a terrific Plant Sale May 13.

Thanks to our participants: New Pond Farm, Neighbors and Newcomers, the Conservation Commission's Trail Tenders, Norwalk River Valley Trail, Redding Land Trust, and the Historical Society. The Club's Plant Sale has truly become a community event.

 


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