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03/30/2019 22:25

Orchids

03/10/2019 15:44

Irene Rudy

03/10/2019 15:14
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Irene Rudy

03/10/2019 15:11
Irene grows feom seed

Plant Sale

03/09/2019 21:47
The sale isn't untill May 11th, BUT the perennials need to be dug up divided and potted by April 1st.  So members start planning now what to bring, collecting pots and planting material.  The first "Diggums Workshop" project is April 1st. at Mike Barns Inc. Goodyear Warehouse, ( the...

Members Orchid Project

03/09/2019 00:06
It sat in a corner for five years and this year it bloomed More to this story later

Members Orchid Project

03/09/2019 00:04
It sat in a corner five years and finally bloomed this year.  More to this story later.

Members Orchid Project

03/09/2019 00:00
It sat in a corner for five years.  this year it bloomed.  More to this story later

Member's orchid project

03/08/2019 23:51

March Meeting 2019

03/08/2019 18:39
Let it snow!     Let it snow!      Let it snow! No problem! The ladies of the Ingomar Garden Club showed up to sign up for the projects, services. and events just around the corner.        Edie Joseph designed the...

March Meeting 2019

03/08/2019 18:30
Let it snow!  let it snow!  let it snow! The ladies of the Ingomar Garden Club showed up to sign up for the projects, events and servises just around the corner.

Presidents Comments

03/08/2019 18:26
Linda Womsley   Adios Winter!   Thanks Phil for not seeing your shadow! I took a nice walk around the block in the 4 inches of snow we got on Wednesday, it is now 40 degrees. Tomorrow, who knows? It is still winter.    It was good to see lots of faces at Monte Cello's...

March Presidents Letter

03/08/2019 18:22
  President  Liinda Womsley Adios Winter!   Thanks Phil for not seeing your shadow! I took a nice walk around the block in the 4 inches of snow we got on Wednesday, it is now 40 degrees. Tomorrow, who knows? It is still winter.    It was good to see lots of faces at...

Possibly to Soon to Prune

03/08/2019 18:15
By Julie Barnes Late winter or early spring is maybe opportune to give various plants a good prune before they wake up from dormancy. Pruning cuts made at this time of year tend to heal faster, disease and insect problems are minimal, and a tree’s real form is easier to perceive when leaves are...

When to Prune

03/08/2019 18:13
By Julie Barnes   Late winter or early spring is maybe opportune to give various plants a good prune before they wake up from dormancy. Pruning cuts made at this time of year tend to heal faster, disease and insect problems are minimal, and a tree’s real form is easier to perceive when leaves...

Plant Sale

03/07/2019 21:44

Members Day Out.

03/06/2019 22:24
Or the District IX annual meeting is April 2.  Also think Trash to Treasure contest.  The theme this year is Seasons in Bloom. Remember no freash material.  The arrangement consists of repurposed, recycled, any sort of dried material just so it isn't alive.  Remember to send...

Rudy's Recommendations

02/10/2019 19:50
Irene Rudy is an IGC member who prefers to grow from seed.  A prize winner in our garden shows, we value her judgment.  Here are some selections for 2019.  Her choice of calalogs is A new red hybred "Damsel" and yellow brandywine "Toranado" are not only sweet, rich and tangy but...

Irene Rudy"s recommendations

02/10/2019 19:42
Irene has a very large garden in her backyard.  She grows from seeds as she has a greenhouse and can start planting anytime.  Tomatos are her speciality.  For 2019 she is selecting

seeds

02/07/2019 23:17
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