"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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INGOMAR GARDEN CLUB MAY PLANT SALE

05/08/2019 12:33

                                     HERE WE COME

         THE INGOMAR GARDEN CLUB PLANT SALE

              

       MAY 11TH     CORNER OF INGOMAR ROAD AND PERRY HIGHWAY 8AM TO 2PM

AND JUST WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT ?  Perennials found only from your grandmothers garden (because we have dug them up and re-potted them since 1946) "diggums.   Varieties ot tomatoes, peppers, and annuals that local big stores don't carry..we call them "off the beaten path."  Lots of expert gardeners will be on hand who are happy to answer questions and make sure you have a wonderful garden.

Here we are

PHOTO SHOOTMadam President, Linda Womsley with Publicity Chairman, Marcia Wielgus looking pretty pleased with the project.

Happy customer versus one making decisions decisions !!! ! Time for a little H20


Beautiful dayThe price is right!Janet Desko overseeing the the crafts and resale items.Looks like the shelves are sold out.  Be back next year

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President's Remarks July 2019

05/31/2019 22:30

                                              Linda Womsley

 

Summer Greetings

 

I am writing this on the longest day of the year – yes, Summer is truly here

It helps that the Sun will be out ALL day with no rain showers! So far, my
plants are not complaining about all the rain, but I think they will be happy
with a break. I have new plants from DJ’s to plant! He has a wonderful
selection, in beautiful condition, worth the trip! If you missed the trip, you
missed out on dodging a few raindrops, a little lightning/thunder, some
minor wind AND a wonderful program on Hydrangea.
Dr. Rabkin’s Japanese Garden was once a neglected lot next to his business
(a schoolhouse from the 1800’s he repurposed for his business). It is now a
skillfully crafted oasis that offers many focal features including a Tea house,
Koi pond, strategically placed trees and rock formations. He was an
engaging speaker who shared information on all phases of his project.
Another worthy trip! Thanks Kate and Pat. (Coincidently, I met a
gentleman who works in security at the Atlanta airport, who attend that
school!)
Are you ready for our July picnic? I am! The picnic is a great time to bring
a friend. Remember your chair, carpool if you can, and plan for a day
outside. Don’t forget your auction item – make it something worth bidding
on – that makes the auction more enjoyable for all. Call if you have
question on directions, access or just because.
I am heading out to the garden.
Share the Season,