Notes July 18 — Planting Your Medicinal Garden

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Gardeners Exchange Group Meeting 18 July 2020Location: Zoom!Topic: Planting Your Medicinal Garden with Nicole Schauder Nicky Schauder and her husband Dave promote “permaculture gardening” by teaching, coaching, and supporting people from all over on ways to improve their gardening, enjoy nature, and enhance their personal spirituality through gardening. Nicky explained that permaculture gardening is working…

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Notes December 13 — A Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

Gardeners Exchange Group: Meeting 13 December 2019 Location: Home of Becki and Ed Jones Topic: Raised Bed Winter Wonderland GEG’s winter wonderland garden gathering took place on Friday evening, December 13, at the home of Becki and Ed Jones. Each year, Becki and Ed create an extensive lighted holiday display encompassing their entire gardening area…

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Notes September 21 — Flower Choices

Flower Choices

Gardeners Exchange Group Meeting 21 September 2019 Location: Home of Jane Blash Topic: Flower Choices with Master Gardener Sondra Jarrell The final meeting for the 2019 GEG season took place at the home of Jane Blash. Jane welcomed the members and guests and gave a brief mention of the mission statement. Jane informed the group…

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Notes August 17 — Raised Beds for All Seasons

Raised Garden Beds

Gardeners Exchange Group Meeting 17 August 2019 Location: Home of Becki and Ed Jones Topic: A Raised Bed Garden for All Seasons The August meeting was held at the home of Becki and Ed Jones. President Jane Blash welcomed everyone and gave a brief mention of the mission statement. Members introduced themselves and briefly discussed…

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Notes July 20 — Garden Tour & Butterflies

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Gardeners Exchange Group Meeting 20 July 2019 Location: Home of Penny and Larry Stritch Topic: Garden Tour with Larry Stritch Jane Blash, GEG Coordinator, welcomed the group and spoke about the mission of the group: to exchange information about gardening, to share plants from our gardens with each other, and to enjoy friendship with folks…

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