Favorite Plants of 1915 – Tuesday, February 24,2015

Camden Garden Club Presents Favorite Plants of 1915

In honor of the Camden Garden Club’s 100th birthday this year, Hammon Buck of Plants Unlimited will talk and show photos of garden plants our predecessors knew well a century ago. On the final Tuesday of the Winter Horticulture Series, February 24th, he will deliver the talk that was cancelled by the Big Snow in January:  “Favorite Plants of 1915.”   All the Camden Garden Club’s winter programs are held in the Picker Room of the Camden library on Tuesdays at 10 a.m.   

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Spite House Talk Rescheduled:  Marylee Dodge, owner with her husband Charles Dodge of Spite House,  and Theresa Mattor, coauthor of Designing the Maine Landscape by DownEast Press, will present their postponed talk about the history and gardens of the Spite House on Tuesday, March 24th at 10 a.m. 

The public — old friends and new — are warmly invited.  The Camden Garden Club is always eager for enthusiastic new members and is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Maine, as well as National Garden Clubs,Inc.

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