Rain, rain, go away – it's time to plant

Grow where you're planted is literally what the Bay Village Garden Club (BVGC) is all about. Whether you're a gardener or someone who cares about a beautiful civic environment, the club provides an abundance of programs, field trips, tips for green living, and opportunities to help others right in your own backyard!

We are busy planting blooms at our "Welcome to Bay Village" planters seen all around town, as well as colorful flowers at City Hall, and in the handsome planters by Thyme Table restaurant. Our members maintain, and even weed, several areas including the Gazebo at Cahoon Park.

We welcome new members and anyone joining before the end of June will be included in our membership book. With over 85 members, the camaraderie and luncheons are highlights to an impressive array of educational programs and more. General meetings resume in September and we welcome guests.

Our most recent meeting covered how to plant a "Moon Garden" with plants that reflect light. Once again, our speaker, Noelle Akin from Petitti Garden Center, did not disappoint. In June members will take a bus trip to Akron for a guided tour of the Stan Hywet Gardens. The date has not been set; visit bayvillagegardenclub.com for updates. We will tour members gardens in July.

To learn more about the BVGC, visit our website or call our membership chairperson, Sharen, at 440-871-9098. Enjoy your summer!

Karla Mussulin and Kitty Sommers-Talbott

Publicity chairperson for the Bay Village Garden Club

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Volume 11, Issue 11, Posted 10:26 AM, 06.04.2019