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On Dec. 11, 2020, Kentucky Native Plant Society held their first virtual membership meeting and botanical symposium. For several years, KNPS has organized a botanical symposium in the fall with a goal of bringing together professionals, citizen scientists, academics, gardeners and students in order to learn about what’s going on in the world of Kentucky … Continue reading “2020 KNPS Botanical Symposium”
The owners of Wallis House always planted the latest, whether cultivar or type of plant. When Mrs. Wallis’ father bought the property from his uncle’s estate, he said that he was doing so to give Nannine a place to garden. And she did. Always the latest and that has been carried forth by The Garden … Continue reading “Always the Latest: Frostfree Hellebore”
This award is given annually to a non-garden club member or organization that exemplifies the goals of The Garden Club of Kentucky. Thanks to the vision and dedication of one man, Danville’s tree canopy will be increased by at least 500 trees in the space of 10 years, most of them lining the city’s main … Continue reading “William Beau Weston Awarded GCKY Enrichment Award For 2020 “
THINGS TO DO Groundhog Day – Punxsutawney Phil claims his Spring predictions are 100%, any error is due to his interpreter’s miscommunication. My prediction is based on phrenology and when Easter is. It is early this year(April 4) therefore spring will be earlier than normal. Birds –Keep bird baths clean and filled as we are … Continue reading “February – Things to do in the Garden”
To receive notice of upcoming events from Garden Clubs in Kentucky, all you need to enter is your email address. then scroll to the bottom and click on SUBSCRIBE. Garden Club members are asked to fill in more details and will receive club updates. * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name Address … Continue reading “Subscribe to GCKY Mailing List”
Kentucky Nature Preserves manages four distinct programs to conserve Kentucky’s natural areas. While these programs all share common goals—rare species habitat, environmental education opportunities, and conserving natural areas through a combination of land acquisition, conservation easements, and public-private partnerships– they have some differences. Find out what’s happening in our commonwealth’s national areas by reading the … Continue reading “KY Nature Preserves – News for 2020”
Though this has been an unusual year, it does not have to be a disappointing year. You and I can help to make it rewarding by participating in a project for our Garden Club of Kentucky president, Donna Smith! Because we care for the environment, we love and care for our wild birds, our song … Continue reading “Add to the Bird Book!”