"Countryside Gardeners" was started in September 1933 by thirteen women. The name was chosen because of the diverse location of members homes — "all over the countryside."
Club projects have included a series of flower arranging workshops, ongoing restoration and maintenance of the Half Moon Inn gardens, yearly decorating of the Half Moon Inn for the Newtown Holiday House Tour and participation in Newtown's Market Day. The club continues to contribute regularly to Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, makes donations to A Woman's Place, and prepares holiday food baskets for a family in need three times a year.
New Members Welcome
Membership in our club will bring you together with people who have a common interest in flowers, horticulture and the environment. By taking an active part in the club, members will learn gardening tips and tricks, floral arranging, interesting facts about birds and insects, plus much, much more. Speakers include seasoned gardeners, professional horticulturists and floral designers, environmentalists, and historians. In addition, we exchange plants, seeds, bulbs, books or other literature, and also share information about local events, workshops and environmental news.
Visit the organization's website ( countrysidegardeners.com ) for details & contact info.
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