Peonies – Remove this year’s perennials spent foliage. If peony foliage has fallen, rake it up to prevent disease carrying over to next year. If still attached pull it from the base. Do not add to the compose. Plant peonies while soil temperature is above 40 degrees(Sunday it was 60). Peonies planted now will grow … Continue reading “Things to do in November”
Warm spring, mild summer and plenty of water this year produced a bumper crop of vegetables. Some continue to produce more. No doubt you have given lots of vegetables and fruits to friends and neighbors, and frozen and canned the rest. What do you do with the remaining vegetables? Our grandparents saved them in the … Continue reading “In the Garden – Storing Vegetables Overwinter”
Things to Do… Watering your plants If you’re watering your houseplants with chlorinated water, allow the chlorine to outgas from the water by filling watering cans or bottles 24-48 hours before using. To avoid confusion as to what was watered when, mark a calendar that is kept with houseplant supplies. Garden Plant tulips now, but … Continue reading “In the Garden – November”
Mrs. Wallis was a very gracious lady who was very involved with organizations in Paris, Lexington, and New York She also loved sharing her gardens with both adults and children. No doubt this time of year, her dining table was filled with produce from the cutting and vegetable gardens, perhaps arranged in a cornucopia. We owe … Continue reading “Thanksgiving – The Cornucopia”
If you prefer hardcopy, you can download a PDF or or Doc.
President Reports are due 15 January President Report: Instructions (also shown below ) President Report: Questionnaire for Members (Document or PDF or Online Form) Club President’s Report -three options to use ExCEL The Excel Spreadsheet does the math for you Doc Format you can type your answers into this on your computer PDF Format you can fill it out … Continue reading “Club President’s Report”