Learn from a pro! Al units are taught by Penny Decker, nGC Master Judge and Instructor. Penny Teaches and competes throughout the country and has represented the United States in international competition.
Line material, flowers and foliage are provided for the first 3 classes. Abundant Parking. Coffee and light snacks are provided Students bring own lunch.
Topics include: Our Unsung Beautiful Wetlands, Growing Edible Flowers, Native Milkweeds, Accenting your yard with Trees, Anonymous Attractors, Heirlooms to Grow & Eat, Stormy Waters, Capturing Nature with the phone in your pocket and He’s Not your Average Tweety Bird. Master Gardeners receive 10 CEUs.
Optional Attendance: Appealing Floral Designs
Attendance to the Floral Design from 3-4pm is optional. Please indicate on Registration Form if you plan to attend.
Sharon Johnson 850-293-4902
This popular flower design workshop is open to the public, presented by a club member, Julie Milburn, with all materials are provided. Space is limited to 24, so sign up now! Cost is $20 per person. Register with Alice Barrows (email@example.com)
Checks should be made payable to the Clermont Garden Club and mailed to:
PO Box 121322, Clermont FL, 34712-1322
Alice Barrows (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The second in a four part series for those wishing to become flower show judges as well as people who want to learn more about NGC Flower Show Procedures, and gain skills in exhibiting in flower show, with an emphasis on the design and horticulture divisions.
Linda Henderson, Flower Show School Chair 850-936-4950
Pre- Board Sept. 9,10
will be followed by
Fall Board Sept 11,12
The six classes will prepare you to see floral design in a new light. Create designs for your home and prepare you to enter Flower Shows.
Please bring scissors, morning refreshments will be provided.
Sarasota Garden Club 941-955-0875 - Barbara Rao
Oct 1, Nov 5, Dec 3, Jan 7, Feb 4, Mar 4
Save The Date
District VI Fall Tour Team & Meeting will be hosted by The Garden Club of Palm Coast Tuesday, October 22, 2019.
Halifax Plantation Golf Club, 3400 Clubhouse Dr. Ormond Beach, FL
Judi Jodoin E-mail email@example.com Home 386-428-5853, C-386-689-8432
Gwen Carter firstname.lastname@example.org 352-223-2456
DISTRICT VIII Fall Tour Team and meeting will be hosted by Temple Terrace Garden Club, on October 24, 2019.
Registration 8:30 - Class Begins at 9:00 Ends at 4:30
Vicki Williamson 802-324-3847
Registration and Info
Sunday Oct. 27 at 6p, Monday & Tuesday at 8:45 a.m.
Christy Linke, Registrar, 2909 Aston Ave., Plant City, FL 33566-9301, cell: 732-322-8392
Gardening School consists of four courses (2 days of instruction) followed by an exam. Courses cover all aspects of growing, from understanding soil structure to pruning techniques, plant identification,ect. Topics include basic botany, soils, growing perennials, pests, and diseases. Lunch will be provided.
Jennifer Condo 386-873-2195
The third in a series of four schools to train NGC members to become accreddited Flower Show Judges.
Flower Show Procedures & Design: Gina Jogan
Horticulture: Darlene Newell
Studying Arboreal: copperleaf, and cut specimen: roses
Joanne Nelson 954-786-3274
The third in a series of four schools to train NGC members to become accredited Flower Show Judges.
Horticulture: Darlene Newell - studying arboreal: copperleaf and cut specimen: roses
Registrar: Joanne Nelson - 954-786-3274
Course 2 of Environmental School covers subjects such as Ecology, Agriculture,Source Reduction of Pollutants, Coastal Zone Management, and Gardening with Nature. A Nature Discovery Field Trip is also included. In all, 10 hours of instruction. These courses are a good resource in understanding today's environmental issue and how they affect individuals, communities, and the world.
Lunch will be provided.
Sally Flanagan (386) 428-3170
Gardening School consists of four courses (2 days of instruction) followed by an exam. Courses cover all aspects of growing, from understanding soil structure to pruning techniques, plant identification, ect. Topics include basic botany, soils, growing perennials, pests and diseases.
Michelle Maguire 772-485-3279 email@example.com
Pre- Board Jan. 6,7
Board Jan. 8,9
Sponsored by District X
Barbara Hadsell cell/text 561-635-8809
Two days of outstanding speakers on Environmental issues and the latest trends in Landscape Design and Horticulture as well to Floral Designs. A wide variety of vendors and raffle baskets and items you will love! Tours of the Mounts Gardens complete each day.
January 28 & 29, 2020
8:00am - 3:00 pm
Topics covered include Environmental Ethics, Pollution, Endangered Plants and Wildlife, Initiating School Programs, and Citizen Education Programs. A nature discovery field trip is included.
Lunch is included.
Sally Flanagan 382-428-3170
An NGC Horticulture Specialty Show - Flower Show
Alice Barrows, Chairman 352-432-5568
Arlene Rand, Co-Chair 352-243-7103
Course 2 covers Plant Diseases and Garden Pests, Irrigation and Water, Lawn Alternatives and Growing Grass, Growing Fruit and Growing Vegetables.
Church location is 8831 W. Bradshaw, Homosassa, Fl 34448
Students should bring their own lunch.
Pattie Steck 631-433-6064
Course 2 covers Plant Diseases and Garden Pests, Irrigation and Water, Lawn Alternatives and Growing Grass, Growing Fruit and Growing Vegetables
Michelle Maguire 772-485-3279 firstname.lastname@example.org
An NGC Standard Flower Show hosted by The Garden Club of Stuart staged at the Wolf Technology Center at Indian River State College.
Rosita Aristoff, Chairman 772-288-7270
An NGC Standard Flower Shower hosted by The Garden Club of Stuart
Staged at the Wolf Technology Center at Indian River State College
March 6th: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
March 7th: 9:00am - 3:00pm
"The Sporting Life" is the title and theme of the Standard Flower Show.
Held in conjunction with the GardenFest Plant sale at the Tampa Garden Club.
Free Admission, Bring your camera to photograph the flower show and your wagon to transfer plants.
Kathy Echevarria 813-240-5272
This is an open event, open to the public, and pre-registration is not necessary.
Pre-Board Sept. 14,15
Board Sept. 16,17
Pre-Board Jan. 11,12
Board Jan. 13,14