Founded in 1953, the Cornish Garden Club meets the third Tuesday of each month from March through October. Lectures on a variety of topics, workshops, and visits to local, private gardens and other sites occur throughout the year. The club also holds an annual picnic, winter tea, and silent plant auction. Members plant the tubs at the library, and on the Meeting House green in May, they maintain a decorative planting at the Cornish-Windsor bridge, provide flowers for Old Home Day, and run the Cornish Fair flower show in August. Lectures and workshops are usually open to the public and new members from Cornish and surrounding communities are always welcome. You do not have to be an experienced gardener to join us!
For further information, please contact either Co-President:
Peggy Heath Ogilvy
For useful gardening tips, hints and links, please visit our FaceBook page at: https://www.facebook.com/CornishGardenClub
2014 Season Meetings:
July 15— Annual Picnic 6:00 P.M.
Mid-July (TBD)– Tour of Bill Noble’s property in Norwich, VT.
Mid-July (TBD)– Tour of Jim Daigle’s hosta garden in Plainfield, NH.
August—Flower Show at the Cornish Fair.
Please consider entering flowers or vegetables, or volunteering!
September 16—Lecture by herbalist and author, Chris Jones “Designing and Planting a Medicinal Herb Garden.” 7PM at Cornish Elementary School
October 21—Club Seed Swap and Story Sharing–7PM at Cornish Elementary School
November 18—Workshop—Inspirational floral designer, Katherine Beardslee of KB Studio in Lebanon will show us how to make decorative items out of plant materials for the upcoming holidays.