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Est. 1942. A private, purple ribbon club; part of National Garden Clubs, Inc. and Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri, Inc., East Central District.
As we see the monarchs decreasing..... Perhaps our gardeners' new year's resolution should be to plant more milk weed. http://m.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/u-s-to-consider-endangered-species-status-for-monarch-butterfly/article_33ea634b-d8d1-514f-b891-0ac65fee4491.html?mobile_touch=true
Congratulations to our club we are now a "Purple Ribbon Club!" Well done, ladies!
Winterize your lawn! http://stlouis.weedmanusa.com/news/lawn-winterization.html
Now that we are reaping our Springtime planting, we can fill in the void made from our Summer harvest with great veggies to savour in the Fall. http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/fall-garden-vegetables-zmaz09aszraw.aspx#axzz36vOWbthB
Today! Free! Three-Bin Composting class Saturday, May 31 12:00pm Cliff Cave Community Garden 5340 Telegraph Rd. St. Louis, MO 63129 Join the Cliff Cave Community Garden to learn about this easy and simple method of composting for the home or garden! Matt Even of Gateway Greening and St. Louis County Libraries will give a demonstration on the basics of composting with the three bin system and how you can use a traditional, sustainable practice to amend your garden beds, reduce organic waste and create healthy soil structure. This class is free and open to the public.