The December Club Meeting (Open to the General Public). (please note: this meeting is held on the second Monday of the month) Flower Arranging Naturally Presentation by Lorraine Kiefer  (www.tripleoaks.com ) Lorraine Kiefer has been gardening and designing floral arrangements for over thirty years.  She and her husband own and operate Triple Oaks Nursery and Herb Garden in […]

The January Club Meeting (Open to the General Public). Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Houseplants Presentation by Stephen Barlow  (www.barlowflowerfarm.com) Stephen Barlow, the second-generation owner of Barlow’s Flower Farm in Sea Girt and named one of the “Top 40 Growers Under 40” by Greenhouse Product News, will fill you in on everything you need to know about houseplants, […]

The February Club Meeting (Open to the General Public). Ladies in the Landscape  1900-1940 Presentation by Jenny Rose Carey  (www.jennyrosecarey.com) Jenny Rose Carey, Senior Director at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Meadowbrook Farm, will discuss how horticulture changed the lives of women in the early part of the Twentieth Century. Her talk will detail the New Schools of Horticulture […]

The March Club Meeting (Open to the General Public). The Plight of the Pollinators – Natives to the Rescue Presentation by John Black  (www.president@npsnj.org) We all know the importance of our pollinators and the problems that they face.  John Black, president of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey, will cover just what we mean by “native plants” […]

The April Club Meeting (Open to the General Public). The Bountiful Herb Garden Presentation by Caren White  (www.advicefromtheherblady.com) Caren White is the Garden Steward of Rutgers Herb Garden and a lifelong gardener.  She will tell us why timing and technique are the keys to maximizing the harvest from our herb gardens. Caren will explain how to plant and […]

The May Club Meeting (Open to the General Public). Drama Queens:  Dark Beauties for your Garden Presentation by Lesley Parness  (www.lesleyparness.com) Lesley Parness, retired Superintendent of Horticultural Education at the Morris County Park Commission, will help us understand how to use black-hued plants for maximum impact.  Over 75 dark beauties, including annuals, perennials, vines, trees and shrubs are […]