Please take the time to read the club E-News. It has information about our next meeting.
See you on March 15 at our next field trip!
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An application form for our scholarship has been uploaded to the website. To print it, select the scholarship application here. The completed application is due on August 1.
Our blog has been reopened. Any club member can become an author, and it is open for anyone to view. Open dgcblog.org to see recent posts. You can view the blog without logging in. If you do log in and I recognize that you are a member, I will automatically upgrade your subscription so you can respond to posts or write your own. You can always write to webmaster to get help.
Photos taken by Pam Jessop on the club field trip to the Japanese Gardens:
The Descanso Garden Club provides an opportunity for members of the local community to increase their knowledge and enjoyment of all aspects of gardening and horticulture.
Regular meetings are held at the Descanso Library from 4:30 to 6:00 on the second Thursday of each month. Our meetings usually feature interesting presentations on a wide variety of gardening-related topics.Club members are encouraged to share their gardening knowledge and expertise at meetings, particularly in helping to identify those plants, trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables which are most compatible with our local growing conditions.
The club also schedules field trips to nurseries, flower shows, greenhouses, and other places of interest. Volunteer projects, such as our daffodil planting program, make a positive contribution to the community.
Membership is open to all community residents, and guests are welcome to attend our meetings. Whatever your particular gardening interest: flower gardening, vegetable gardening, herb gardening, orchid cultivation, landscaping, house plants, flower arranging, garden art, etc., the Descanso Garden Club has something to offer you.
Link to the Friends of the Descanso Library website
May Blooms in Descanso
Pam's lovely redbud tree.
Please send a note to webmaster if you have something special blooming or visitingin your garden now.