MARCH 2018 is the 81st year of the Milford Garden Club. We meet on the second Tuesday at 1PM March - December and our meetings are NOW Held at St. Patrick's Church Hall on E. High and 4th Sts. in Milford PA All Welcome. Annual Membership ( March-Dec.) $25.00
March 13 – General Meeting: “Who would have known? Poisonous Plants in Pennsylvania” Linda Pinto will highlight a collection of familiar plants which may prove to be dangerous. Beth Grosso and Mary Ciccolella, Pike County Master Gardeners, while inform members of the invading spotted lanternfly and ways to prevent it from coming to Pike County.
April 10- General Meeting- "Do-it-yourself Landscaping: Hardscape, Walls, Paths and Water Features" Geoff Greulich of Screaming Junipers Landscaping will show different ways of using natural material to beautify your backyard.
May 8-General Meeting – Designing for Success Jeanne Nelson, former Federated Garden Club New York State President, will present a floral design program with emphasis on demonstrating how to create a design for a flower show. She will create several designs of different types, all in accordance with National Garden Club, Inc. new Handbook for Flower Shows 2017 edition.
June 12 - General Meeting - Orchidelerium Peter Lai, Master Gardener, Orange County, will share his extensive knowledge of orchids and help show how all of us could get “hooked”.
July 10-General Meeting- Location change to Grey Towers "Going Native" with Beth Hawke, Horticulturalist at Grey Towers, who will showcase a collection of plants which are native to Pennsylvania.
August 14- General Meeting - "Gardening Without Injury" Damien Roche, of Damien Roche Fitness, is keenly aware of the passion we all place in our gardens and will show us way to tend to the garden without physical stress or strain.
Sept 11 - General Meeting - "Attracting Birds to the Garden" Judy Boyd Perlsen, Master Gardener at Cornell Cooperative Extension, will show us how to keep our fine feathered friends around.
Oct 9 - General Meeting- "Plants for Winter Interest" Judy Boyd Perlsen, Master Gardener at Cornell Cooperative Extension. Nature provides all sorts of colors, textures and shapes in every season, especially when snow provides the perfect foil for evergreens, bark and seed pods. Get you mind and eyes geared to see the possibilities for delight in your winter garden.
Nov 13 - General Meeting – Stamping Stationery Rosann Hennigan will teach us the craft of making our own cards.
December 11 – Special Meeting Start Time 12noon Holiday Luncheon – The Milford Garden Club's Christmas Party and Installation of Officers. Members Only.