Master Gardener Linda Redman will demonstrate clever ways to turn bare branches into garden architecture like fences and arbors at the general meeting of the Camden Garden Club, Thursday, April 25th. The program is called “Twigs and Things.” It might be magic. You’ll be amazed.
The program starts at 9:30 a.m. at the Congregational Church on Elm Street (Rte. 1) in Camden. The public is cordially invited. Come early for refreshments and conversation at 9.
The Camden Garden Club is entering its 98th year of cultivating the art of gardening, developing and preserving beauty in and around Camden – like the trademark hanging baskets on lamp posts in summer and lighted wreaths in winter — and promoting civic improvements and conservation of natural resources. Camden is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Maine and National Garden Clubs, Inc. New members are always welcome.