"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.


Stan Hywet Hall Garden Tour, Akron, Ohio

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 Kate Colville, our program chairman put together a day of fellowship in a beautiful garden along with fine food.  The Stan Hywet Gardens are in Akron, Ohio,  a two hour drive.  So much for fellowship.  Left Wexford at 8 am and carpooled arriving while it was cool and comfortable to walk through some of the most beautiful gardens to be seen.   We then toured the house "mansion" followed by lunch. Here are some of the photos the gals took.  Sorry you mmissed it.


Awards Announed for the Smokey Bear and Woodsey Owl Poetry and Poster Contest.

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left to right.  Emma Stephens, 6th grade. Poetry, 1st. place. local and state. Lilly Ranotto, 8th grade, Poetry, 1st place, local and state.  published in the National Poetry Book.  St. Kilians School.

Brooklynn Dougherty, 5th grade, Poster, 1st. place local and state. Blessed Trinity Academy.

left to right. Adrianne Hegerty, 3rd grade, Poetry, 3rd place National,  Burchfield Primary School.  O'Nora McCurdy 2nd grade, Poetry, 3rd place National,  Burchfield Primary School.  Helen Papas, 7th grade, Poetry, St. Kilians. All three won 1st place Local and 1st. place State.

Three of the winners and their parents were guests at the August meeting. Photo includes standing, Linda Womsley, President, seated is Chris Hawthorn, Chairman, and the three contestants, Adrianna Hegerty, O'Nora McCurdy and Helen Pappas  Standing to the right is Barb Oswald Co-Chairman. 









August 7th meeting. Lot's of "stuff" going on

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The Horticulture Display was designed by Rita Mack.  Most of the material grows in our backyard but who could visualize this?

The Lunch Bunch is not about to be upstaged.  You be the judge.

Since we knew our program was going to cover "Invasive Species" members came prepared to confront Amy Jewitt with their invasive "cuttings".  Amy oversees a database listing invasive species information for the PA Natural Heritage Program and the Western PA Conservancy

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Presidents Comments August 2019

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                                                          From the President:  Linda Womsley
                                                    Summer greetings,
                                                   What a beautiful time of the year. Green grass and trees, blue
                                                   skies, and a multitude of colors on display on flowers blooms. My
                                                   pots have just now asked for rain!
                                                   Thank you Eileen for sharing your home and gardens for our
                                                   July picnic, I had a wonderful time.
                                                   The district IX Annual meeting is September 13th, be sure to send in your reservation.
                                                   Details are included within.
                                                   Were you unable to attend the Stan Hywet Garden Tour?, then great news, you get
                                                   another chance! Check inside for new dates and times - and - bring a friend!
                                                   Share the Season,