Down to Earth Garden Club 2019 Plant Sale List and Info.

      The Down to Earth Garden Club plant sale will be held at the BMP parking lot at 1263 Maple Ave. This is on the left close to the intersection of Shaffer Road and Maple Ave. The dates are May 17-May 18. The sale will run from 7:00 am-5:30 pm on Friday and from 8:00 am...

      Lunch and Learn: Air Plants
      By lavender at Feb. 27. 2019. with No Comments
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      Whether you’re a green thumb gardener or someone with little to no luck with plants, you could really enjoy the exotic looking air plant. As part of the library’s “Lunch and Learn” program the Down to Earth Garden Club is doing a series of discussions on subjects related to gardening. The second program in the...

      Join us to Plant a Fairy Garden
      By lavender at Feb. 1. 2019. with No Comments
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      The weather outside is “frightful” but the DuBois Public Library can offer a bit of spring and a cup of coffee to the winter weary. As part of the library’s “Lunch and Learn” program the Down to Earth Garden Club will be doing a series of discussions on subjects related to gardening. The first of...

      2019 Perennial of the Year
      By lavender at Jan. 22. 2019. with No Comments
      Posted in: Plants

        Every year the Perennial Plant Associationy make it an excellent plant for the average garden. It is always a fuss free plant that is hardy over a wide range of conditions and climates. The specific criteria are: Suitable for a wide range of climatic conditions Low Maintenance Pest and disease resistant Readily available in...

      What Is That Growing In My Garden? (2018)
      By lavender at Jan. 21. 2019. with No Comments
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        It is a jungle out there this year. With all of the rain and sunshine not only the weeds are growing like weeds but many plants that bloom infrequently have blossomed out with a glorious show. Some oddities are also appearing. We presume that plant breeders spend years crossing and recrossing plants to produce...


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