Sneak peek, newly rennovated Cesar Chavez Children's Garden at el Centro. A demonstration garden of King County Master Gardeners. All food grown is donated to programs at el Centro...foodbank, senior hot lunch program, and preschool.
Our next Garden Club meeting will feature Lana Feingold, WSFGC historian that will present a program on the history of the Garden House. If you're curious about this beautiful old building or about the garden club in general, join us for a history and fun. Open to everyone, January 28th at 7pm.
The November Garden Club Meeting was full of great ideas for the coming year. Everything from movies at the Garden House to donating trees for Arbor Day. For those who weren't able to attend, please take a look at the minutes and think about which ideas sound like fun. Feel free to bring your suggestions to the next meeting January 28th.
Beacon Hill Garden Club members Mick Duggan and Christina Olson spent one Saturday at the bean trellises at el Centro decking the festival street. Mick had scavanged windfall fir and cypruss from Lincoln Park, Christina harvested hemlock from the clean green bins behind the Garden House after the last meeting and the two met to wire greens to the wire trellises in the planter boxes. With some planning and additional interesting donated greenery (holly, juniper, long needled pine) this could develop into a nice tradition for the club and the community.
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