Click on the PDF file below to download Ellen’s terrific presentation on the History of Waveny Walled Garden.
Download the PDF file below for the latest issue of GCA’s FOCUS magazine.
Click on the icon below to download the site and plant plan for 2013 Founders Fund Project in Central Park. All 200 member clubs committed to funding this project which will restore two acres in Central Park to the original vision of Frederick Law Olmsted. The Groundbreaking, held on Wednesday, October 5th at the East 69th and Fifth Avenue site, was attended by hundreds including some of our members: Catharine Sturgess, Caroline Garrity, Jane Gamber, Peg Salmon, and Susan O’Brien. It was wonderful to see their smiling faces and feel their support.
Click on the PDF link below to download the most recent issue of GCA’s focus photography magazine. It is a special issue featuring an online photography competition where all GCA members are invited to vote. You’ll be amazed by the breathtaking photographs and impressed with the talents of the many gifted photographers that sent in these images. GCA welcomes our participation . . . just follow the rules and cast your ballot. You, too, can be a judge!
Click on the PDF icons below to download the latest issue of GCA’s focus magazine and a Hotflash announcing the newest online photography contest. Maybe you would like to enter and be a part of this wonderful GCA discipline. It will make you even more aware of the beauty around you! It’s easy to enter — just send a name and an image via email. It can’t get any easier than that.
Renowned historian and preservationist William Seale has authored a book to capture the extraordinary 100-year history of The Garden Club of America. More than just a collection of memories, the book is a stirring account of the contributions GCA has made to the political, historical and cultural fabric of our nation.
To save time in the confirmation and diagnosis of this new and important disease, it is best to recommend that samples go to their lab directly rather than coming to the UConn Storrs lab. Alternatively, clients may contact the CAES Plant Disease Information Office (PDIO) directly by going to their website: www.ct.gov/caes/PDIO or by calling 203-974-8601 or 1-877-855-2237 (toll free outside New Haven area).
The new GCA website is LIVE! It is still a work-in-progress but you can now log in and register your own personal user name (your email address) and password of your choice.
Entry forms for the NCGC monthly sweeps can be downloaded and saved to your home computer by clicking on the links below. There are two forms for Horticulture (Cut Speciman and Hort) and one form for Flower Arranging so be sure to use the correct one.
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