Check back to see our 2021–2022 schedule this fall!

2020–2021 club meetings

Members forum Wednesday, September 23, 2020
10:30 am

Something new and something old: our first ZOOM meeting and our traditional round robin begin the 2020–2021 meeting year. We’ll share gardening stories and gardening tips, show new tools and new plants all via ZOOM. It’ll be fun! Sign in to ZOOM through the link you will be emailed and let each other know how we’ve been during this interesting (?) time.

Container gardening
Dr. Martin Goldrosen
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
10:30 am

Dr. Goldrosen has been gardening for over 40 years. After working as a scientist, he became a Master Gardener in 2017. He starts all his plants indoors and grows flowers, vegetables and herbs in containers. He’ll share his knowledge with us on ZOOM  and help us achieve success with our container gardening efforts through science.

Caring for orchids
Carol Allen
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
10:30 am

Fortunately, Carol is available to present her talk on orchids via ZOOM for our November meeting. Carol is one of the Club’s favorite speakers, so be sure to join us for her enlightening talk on how to help your orchids flourish.

Holiday greens workshop Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Yes, it is still on! And here is how: members will cut and condition greens from their yards and drop them off at a designated outdoor location. Then folks will come by appointment to that spot to collect conditioned greens, 2 containers with Oasis, ribbons, glittery adornments, etc. Later that same afternoon and now bubbling with holiday spirit, we’ll display our creations at our ZOOM meeting. More instructions on conditioning greens, drop off point, pick up appointment scheduling etc. will be provided closer to December.

Bunny Mellon’s garden
Judy Zatsick
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
10:30 am

We have ZOOMED into 2021 still meeting virtually. Today’s meeting features Judy Zatsick, head gardener at Bunny Mellon’s Oak Spring garden in Upperville, VA. She’ll share Bunny’s inspiration for her garden as well as her history and gardening style. Don’t miss this opportunity for up close and personal insights about a famous garden.

Back yard eco-gardening
Drew Asbury
Wednesday,  February 24, 2021
10:30 am

Join us virtually for a ZOOM lecture on how to create productive and low maintenance gardens while using less labor, time and money. Drew Asbury, from Hillwood Museum,  is our speaker on these compelling garden topics. You won’t want to miss him.

Lynn Batsdorf
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
10:30 am

Lynn was curator of the National Boxwood Collection at the National Arboretum for 36 years. He knows everything worth knowing about that sturdy shrub and will share his knowledge with us at our March ZOOM meeting. He has some surprising facts about box that are sort of amazing. Don’t miss this chance to learn from a master.

Climate-friendly approaches to residential gardening
Dr. Sara Via
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
10:30 am

Sara addressed the club in 2016 when she shared the dirt about dirt. You may remember. This time, on ZOOM, she’s going to discuss how climate change impacts our everyday gardening approaches. Join us for a more scientific explanation of what we are experiencing garden-wise as the world warms up.

Plant sale? Thursday, May 13, 2021

Stay tuned…

Club Members create arrangements at the Annual Greens Workshop