Erin Garden Club and Horticultural Society

The Erin Garden Club is part of District 7 of the Ontario Horticultural Association. There are currently over 100 members in the garden club who enjoy plants and gardening for personal enjoyment. The members are always learning more about horticulture through guest speakers at the monthly meetings and special events.

The monthly meetings bring folks with a common interest in gardening together to share their knowledge and experiences. The guest speakers bring to even the most knowledgeable and experienced gardener exciting topics and new perspectives.

The members work together to make Erin a more beautiful place through the planting of the town flower beds and tree planting projects.

Are you fond of growing various types of plants in your greenhouses and garden? If so, the you will surely find the Erin Garden Club perfect. You will find people in this club who love gardening just as much as you do. Here, you can exchange knowledge and ideas in improving your gardening skills. This is truly a great group for people who wants to maximize their skill set in the field of gardening.

President's Message

Dear friends and fellow gardeners:

As your President, I would like to extend a welcome to each of you for joining us in 2017 as a member of the Erin Garden Club. The past year has been an exciting year with numerous changes; our new booklet was very well received and holding four mini flower shows allowed more members to enter. This year we have added a Facebook page and an email address.

I am looking forward to the speakers we have lined up for the upcoming year, as well as some exciting workshops. I want to take this time to thank all the board members and members at large for all their work behind the scenes to make our meetings and activities happen. A big thank you to each of you!

I look forward to another great year of working, growing and sharing together, but best of all;

Jenny Frankland

The next meeting will be on
Wednesday, April 26th
Mason Bees in the Garden

Julia Kron

will explain the importance of mason bees as polinators
and how to attract the 130 varietyes of mason bees into the garden,
the roles of building home and the flowers that are most helpful.

Special Notices
2017 Membership
Remember to renew your membership and pick up a pack to sell to friends.

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