"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.

DUE TO THE PANDEMIC THE MEETINGS WERE BEING HELD AT ST THOMAS IN THE FIELDS ANGELICAN CHURCH IN GIBSONIA.   WE MET OUT.SIDE IN THE BACK PAVILLION,  MASKS AND ALL.   LET US HOPE 2021 FINDS US BEING ABLE TO BE TOGETHER FACE TO FACE and FRIEND TO FRIEND.  

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Been There Done That

05/07/2019 19:39

Flower arranging at "Flowerama.  Add a glass of wine with a yummy or two and ---Shazam!April 17

 

 

Jesteadt's Nursery in Prospect, PA.  where a greenhouse is another world.         April  29

 

 

 Jestaed's Green house April 24

A great place to "shop & Save

April Meeting

04/12/2019 22:16

After lunch the gals did some serious "crafting" for the May 11th plant sale.  There was a nice article in the Pine Richland News Paper.  We will be there 8am till 2pm with plants, crafts, and used garden accessories. 

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Message from our President Kate Colville Dec. 2020

09/26/2020 13:36

                                  Kate Colville

                                          Merry Christmas       

 

Greetings Garden Friends

This fall we have had an extended number of warm days

to put our gardens to bed. This was certainly a blessing

for me, as, usually by the time the oak leaves in the woods

behind my house fall, it is cold and wet and I’m DONE

with the garden. This year I was in short sleeves, raking

out my beds, just a week ago. Now I am enjoying the evergreens and ornamental grasses waving

in the wind outside the windows of my sunroom. The patio and porch pots crowd my indoor

spaces, and I look forward to the Amaryllis, Christmas Cactus, and Poinsettias for added indoor

color. As our local politicians ask us to shelter in place with the rise of COVID cases across the

state, I look forward to decorating our home, putting up the Christmas tree, hanging the garland,

lights, and bright festive decorations that mark the celebration of Jesus’ birth.

The holidays will be very different this year for many of us with smaller celebrations with immediate

family, raising toasts by ZOOM, and sheltering in place for the health and safety of family

and friends. It was with very heavy hearts that we had to cancel the December meeting/Christmas

Luncheon at Shannopin Country Club, but we needed to follow state and CDC guidelines

to keep all of us safe.

Please remember those struggling to make ends meet this Christmas by considering a donation to

North Hills Community Outreach for their Sharing Warmth project, which helps residents cover

the costs of their utility bills/keeping their homes warm and lights as winter approaches. Consider

donating the amount of money you are now NOT spending on the Christmas Luncheon/gift

exchange. You can pop a check in the mail or drop off your donation to North Hills Community

Outreach, 1975 Ferguson Road, Allison Park, PAÂ 15101.

I am hopeful that with the vaccine distribution on the horizon, we will ALL be able to safely

gather again in 2021. Stay safe and Happy Holidays to you all! Kate 

December Birthdays

4 - Jane Tate

13 - Shelly Holley

21 - Jean Boucek