Although the day was a scorcher, there were a couple of dozen who braved the temps to listen to Nancy Ballek Mckinnon and Nancy DuBrule-Clemente eagerly discuss all the possible ways to keep the growing season going well into and through the fall. Luckily the shade provided a respite as the conversation between these two […]
Programs & Events
C.L. Fornari’s Entertaining People, Pollinators and Birds Workshop is a Hit! Members were treated to a spectacular day at the June 15th workshop with C.L.Fornari, that evening’s speaker. Lynn Cavo’s meticulous Farmington garden was the setting and you couldn’t have asked for better weather. Huge thanks to Lynn and her family for preparing her garden […]
By Justine Leeper, Awards Committee “Every organization needs new people to get involved because it’s their new ideas that strengthen the organization and provide the momentum to keep it growing and moving forward.” —Elaine Widmer The CHS Service Award recognizes a member who volunteers their time on committees and at events and engages others to […]
Thanks for another great season of speakers!
See you in September. Once we have the 2017-2018 list of speakers finalized, we’ll post that info here.
Enjoy the summer!
By Trish Lyons, Plant Sale & Auction Committee Chairperson Many thanks to everyone who helped make the Spring Plant Sale & Auction a success. It takes many people to pull this event together from getting publicity out, collecting donations from nurseries and garden centers, bringing food and beverages, helping with setup and breakdown, helping with […]
A mid-summer getaway to Rhinebeck, New York will have you staying at the historic Beekman Arms/Delamater Inn. The two day excursion includes dinner at the Inn and visits to four grand gardens in the picturesque Hudson Valley: Beatrix Ferrand Gardens Vanderbilt Gardens Innisfree Gardens Stonecrop Gardens Fee: $449 per person (twin) or $549 per person […]
If you’re done with winter and can’t wait to get back outdoors, please keep the CHS Spring Plant Sale & Auction in mind as you scrutinize your spring garden and plant inventory. Maybe you have a houseplant in need of a new home. Or a perennial that is ready to be divided. There is a […]