Thank you everyone for making the 2019 Annual Plant Sale a success
Another year under our belts. The members and volunteers who worked many, many hours of time to make this year's annual plant sale, brown bag raffle, and farmer market a HUGE success. Thank you to all of you who assisted. We look forward to seeing you again next year.
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When we’re talking ABS, we’re not talking about the braking system in your car. Rather, we’re talking about the American Begonia Society. Formed in 1932 and with 39 branches in the US, we’re very pleased to have Johnnie Hadley join us for Begonias 101. Indoors or outdoors? That is the question.
As always, please RSVP to let us know you’re coming. We’re very limited in seating. Thank you.
Anyone call a doctor? We have Wayne Juers, The Plant Doctor, visiting us for a special Saturday program meeting. Find out more about Wayne and follow him on Facebook here.
As always, please RSVP due to limited seating. Thank you.
Why did the mushroom get invited to all the parties? Because he’s a fungi.
Let’s welcome Sam Landers from the Mushroom Club of Georgia for a lunch and learn about fungi. How this pronounced? Is the word pronounced with a ‘G’ sound or ‘GA’ sound? Inquiring minds want to know.
As always, please RSVP as seating is limited.
Please sale prep involves a lot of effort and what better way to show your support than to help. If you don’t want to get your hands dirty, we’ve got a job for you. If you want to get your hands dirty, we have a job for you. When it’s break time, we’ve got a program for you.
Member Terrie Watch is going to share her photos from a recent trip to Prince Edward County. Too bad we don’t have ‘smellivision’ as she’s sharing photos from her trip to the Prince Edward County Lavender Farm.