"We are commited to establishing roots in this community and watching them grow."

The Ingomar Garden Club was Established in 1946 as a philanthropic organization dedicated to the art of gardening, flower design, conservation of natural resources, enviromental protection and civic improvement. The club was federated in 1954.  Meetings are the first Wednesday of the month, 10:30 am at St Johns Church, 311 Cumberland Rd., Pittsburgh, PA.

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November Meeting 2019

11/07/2019 22:50

Pumpkins ! "nuff said"   Here is a recipe for making pumpkin "from the vine" 

 

At the November meeting Oralia Ferretti shared her recipe for a lovely center piece.

District IX Perennial Bloom Award Goes to IGC MEmber

11/01/2019 21:32

 

Julie Barnes


                CONGRATULATIONS JULIE BARNES WINNER OF THE DISTRICT IX PERENNIAL BLOOM AWARD
We, in our Garden Clubs have been privileged to have long time members who, like the faithful
perennials in our gardens, have made our clubs grow and bloom with their continuous support of
our goals and objectives. Serving as officers and chairmen over the years, their love of gardening
has planted many a seed for garden club programs and events, while their enthusiastic leadership
has inspired members to nurture these seeds into successful bloom. In grateful appreciation for
their years of support, a PERENNIAL BLOOM AWARD was presented to Julie Barnes, and a tree
or shrub will be planted in their honor.
LAUREL AWARDEES - Bege Anderson, Janet Eck, Irene Rudy
DAFFODIL AWARDEES - Deeann Beavers, Joan Griffith, Ruth Kirk, Eileen Miller,
Marlene Straub, Monica Zanieski

 

Xmas 2019 is coming

10/29/2019 22:52

 

IGC CHRISTMAS AT SHANNOPIN COUNTRY CLUB
 

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From the President November 2019

11/07/2019 22:22

                                   

HAPPY FALL!

The smell of Autumn is in the air, the leaves are falling and our gardens are producing their final display. Time to get outside and enjoy the season! If you have the chance, now is a good time to divide your perennials for the Plant Sale! Plant them in pots, label them and then bury them in the ground. In the spring you will know exactly what you have!

Kate hosted another successful outing, this time to Tree Pittsburgh. I hope you were able to join her. It is amazing what an unwanted piece of property and some ingenuity can produce!

We have been invited to share in Greybrooke’s Golden Anniversary Celebration on Nov 13th. Be sure to let me or Greybrooke know you plan to attend. They would like an RSVP by Nov 8th.

Share the Season,
Linda Womsley