Anyone can join ... no experience necessary.The Holly Springs Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of each month to gain information from experts in the field, swap plants, and share "green thumb" tips with beginning and long time gardeners. Visitors are welcome to attend two meetings free before becoming a member. Annual membership dues are $25.00 per family. Activities include educational events, plant exchanges, field trips, and community gardening projects.Monthly MeetingSecond Wednesday of each Month Meeting Time7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Meeting Location Bass Lake Park Conference Room900 Bass Lake RoadHolly Springs, NC 27540
How-To Garden Video:
The cold winter temperatures are not the most inviting weather to get your hands dirty in the garden, so here are some simple tips to help you beautify your more protected outside patio or balcony area. Join South Africa’s Top Billing garden guru Willie Schmidt and creative consultant Misi Overturf for some inspiring ideas to brighten up your winter!
Next MeetingFebruary 11 • Wednesday • 7 pmTopic: Winter Prep for Spring GardenSpeaker: Laura WhiteLaura White, recently retired from managing the Stevens Nature Center and Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve for the Town of Cary, will talk about what you can do in late winter to prepare your wildflower or perennial garden for the coming of spring. She will discuss propagating and planting native perennials valuable to butterflies and birds and other wildlife. An important part of Laura's responsibilities during her 30 year career managing parks and natural resources at the state, county and local level has been conserving native trees and plants to support local wildlife populations.