The Sunnyvale Garden Club


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SUNNYVALE GARDEN CLUB SUMMER GARDENS (part 4)

Picture of my Red Hibiscus! Picture Shared By: Carole Walker


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SUNNYVALE GARDEN CLUB SUMMER GARDENS (part 3)

I wanted to enter this pic of my lilies that bloomed so beautifully in June. I planted the bulbs two years ago. Last year the leaves on each plant continued to multiply but they never bloomed. So after waiting an additional year I was especially exited to finally see them blooming! Thanks, Jonie Johnson Picture shared by : Nancy Keim


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SUNNYVALE GARDEN CLUB SUMMER GARDENS (part 1)

Spring and Summer of 2020 has been very challenging and uncertain with Coronavirus lerking about. One thing is for sure, our gardens (whether inside or out), continue to grow and give us joy if we continue to give them love and attention. Many have had more time on their hands to tend to their beloved plants! Here are some of our member’s 2020 beauties.

ENJOY!!

Day Lilies and Iris are my Favorites. Shared by Laura Fincher.

My Caladium bulbs are finally showing well in my shady front garden. Shared by Ginny Hale

Last year at the plant exchange I was thrilled to receive Nancy Keim’s canna rhizomes from her father’s garden.They are thriving!  This is their 2nd year.  Filled a nice sunny place along my fence.
The pot at the left side is a CALLISTA cutting from the container plant I purchased at the Fund Raiser in September.

Shared by Ginny Hale

Pictures from John Bunker Sands Wetlands Center – Oct. 8, 2019

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Wetland Center Field Trip

Hey, Ladies!

Let’s go to the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center! Our field trip is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8, 2019. We will gather at Town Hall around 9:00 a.m. and leave for the Wetland Center by 9:20 a.m. That will put us at John Bunker Sands at 10:00 a.m. when our tour will begin. We will have two hours at the Center and have lunch at 12:00 p.m. The weather is supposed to cool off so it may be a lovely day for a picnic.

Tickets for the Center are $10; therefore, if we take a sack lunch, the trip won’t be too expensive. The center has water; I can bring bottles of tea. If you have a special drink, you may want to bring it.

RSVP TO EITHER LAURIE OR ME IF YOU PLAN TO GO. THE CENTER NEEDS A COUNT TO MAKE SURE THEY HAVE ENOUGH MATERIALS AND DOCENTS TO TAKE US AROUND.

Looking forward to it.

Regards,

Mary

Program Committee

Laurie Sparhawk sparhawkproperties@gmail.com

Mary Whitehurst mary@mwhitehurstdesigns.com