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                  Idyllwild Garden Club
      
Discovering the Joy of Mountain Gardening

                    Partially Supported Through the Generosity of the              
            Idyllwild Community Fund and the Pine Cove Water District



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THE AUGUST 4TH MEETING WAS A BIG SUCCESS!
20 MEMBERS JOINED US IN THE SHADE, HEARD A GREAT PRESENTATION FROM DEBORAH GEISINGER ON TREES AND ALL FOLLOWED THE CDC GUIDELINES.

The two winners of 5 gallon potted Lilac plants from Gary Parton's Alpenglow Gardens were:...(drumroll)...Fran Perez, a renewed member, and Cheryl Nickerson a new member. Congratulations.



WE HAVE HAD TO CANCEL THE GARDEN TOUR PLANNED FOR OCTOBER...


General Mtgs:
12:30 p.m., 54400 N. Circle Dr, Presbyterian Community Church

 

For Detailed Event Information: Click on Calendar and Events in the left hand menu. Click on the month and the day of the event.  Any questions, Email tonestar@verizon.net

Board Mtgs. 3rd Tuesdays (Members are welcome to attend) Time and location to be announced

 

Visitors are welcome to our general meetings! If you wish to join the dues are: $20 for a single member, or $30 for couples, or families.
Please pay at the October, or December, meeting, or mail to IGC, P.O. Box 681, Idyllwild Ca 92549, or you may pay on-line with a credit card at: www.idyllwildgardenclub.net 



   

 Important information on the Gold Spotted Oak Borer CLICK HERE

 

Basiv Guide to Mt.
Paperback 6.99, E-Book 4.99: Go to Amazon.com and search for Berthelotte to see all books



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 The following  ACTIVITIES are put on by the Garden Club to fulfill our Mission of Education and Beautification of our Community!  
 
      *Educational programs at our meetings
       *Work Parties to beautify our Village Garden at the Historical Museum  
        *Planting and tending flower barrels around town
         *Informational booths at Community events, (Lemon Lily Festival, Tree Lighting)
          *October  Discover Mtn. Gardening Program/Annual Bulb Sale