It was without a doubt a collaboration of members to think outside the box for the 2020 annual plant sale. We began making plans to sell online, thanks to the proposed efforts of member and webmaster, Jolyn Barrow. Then we came up with 'divide and conquer'...that stuck and so it began that several members would open their driveways and yards over several weekends and offer for sale the plants that would have been all located at the club's cottage. What dedication by the members who provided their time and efforts. Wow, it really paid off and we extended the sale so we included the Garden Week in Ga.

2020 Garden Week in Georgia with a plant sale

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Jan
14
Thu
2021
UGA Extension Plant Sale – preorder required
Jan 14 – Mar 5 all-day

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Pick up & Bonus Sale: March 18th  9am to 5:45pm 

Gwinnett County Fairgrounds 2405 Sugarloaf Pkwy

Jan
21
Thu
2021
Virtual: 50th Annual Cathedral Antiques Show
Jan 21 – Jan 23 all-day

See the best in floral design from well-known designers Shane Connolly, Christin Geall and Hitomi Gilliam. Experience the joy of floral design and takE actual online classes. Enjoy floral creations from our very talented Flower Guilds and Garden Clubs.  

To register: https://www.cathedralantiques.org

Feb
10
Wed
2021
Virtual: Native Plant Symposium State Botanical Garden
Feb 10 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Native Plant Symposium State Botanical Garden, Athens Cost: $35

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Growing and protecting native plants are important for many reasons: they celebrate our state and region, they are well suited to our region’s growing conditions, and they are the foundation of the complex ecosystem that supports insects, birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals. Native plants can be tough, beautiful garden plants for your home landscape as well as delicate harbingers of the changing seasons. Join us this year as we explore the conservation of monarch butterflies. Learn about the plants that attract monarchs and other pollinators to our gardens, their importance to our ecosystems, and how we can continue to protect them.

Feb
17
Wed
2021
Virtual: State Capitol Conservation
Feb 17 all-day

Here you will get an update on pending bills before the state legislature. There are many current initiatives that impact our environmental quality of life. Stay informed by consulting the Position Papers on the GCG website.  Stay tuned for details Check for updates here