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  • We’ve received several calls and emails from clubs looking for advice on how to handle upcoming events. With spring already here, this is a busy time of the year with annual plant sales, May markets and garden tours all scheduled in the early May to mid-June timeframe. Potting sessions would…

  •   After much thought and after reviewing all relevant news and requests from State government about limiting meetings and events, we’ve made the decision to cancel the 2020 Annual Meeting. This is an extremely difficult decision to make as it impacts many people and businesses involved with the meeting. However,…

  • The 2017 Handbook for Flower Shows created a new division for shows—Botanical Arts. This Division IV in our 2020 show, called “Spring Sunshine and Showers,” allows our members to show their creativity in exciting ways, including Artistic Crafts and Photography. The Artistic Crafts Section A “Transformations” has three classes that…

  • The Garden Club of Orange was awarded a $500 grant from the National Garden Clubs (NGC) PLANT AMERICA Community Project. The purpose of this grant program, an ongoing project of NGC, is to provide financial support for new or existing club projects in their respective communities across the United States….

  • BRIDGEWATER-ROXBURY — Residents of Bridgewater and Roxbury gathered Thursday, June 14, Flag Day, in their respective towns to celebrate two new Blue Star Memorial Marker signs and two Cherokee Princess White Dogwood trees placed to honor the individuals who have served, are serving and will serve in all branches of the Armed Forces…

  • The Connecticut Flower and Garden Show received significant coverage in the media, including a TV interview with Mary Ellen Unger and a radio interview before the show with Cathy Ritch. Also there are  number of YouTube videos of the show that you can see from here. As long as the…