Club Notices & News
Wreath making, for the Rec Hall and for personal use, is scheduled for November 28 and 29 at 9:30 in the greenhouse. Members who wish to participate but have no experience should attend on the 29th when there will be members who can teach proper use of the machines.
Annual Holiday Luncheon
Our annual holiday luncheon will be held Thursday, December 8th at 12:00.
THIS YEAR, THE LUNCHEON WILL BE HELD AT THE METHODIST CHURCH AT 608 N. MAIN ST.
The main dish, coffee, tea and punch will be provided by the club. Salads, side dishes and desserts will be provided by the club members as follows: last names A-G, sides; H-N, desserts; O-Y, salads.
Application to Volunteer
Since the greenhouse is on school property, all members who work at the greenhouse are required to complete and sign a Coupeville School District No. 204 Application to Volunteer form. Copies of the form will be available at our Jan 5th meeting. A copy of the complete packet of information (which should be read before signing) will also be available at the meeting and will be emailed to members. It is also available on our website here».
Pesticides & Other Chemicals
As a reminder, in order to remain in compliance with the Agriculture Department, any chemicals or pesticides that you use when you work at the greenhouse must be returned to the shed when you are done.
The reprint of the CGC Cookbook is now available. If you would be interested in a copy, please let Roberta know. Even if you don't need a copy right now, you might want to look ahead to any gift-giving opportunities you have coming up in the new year. They are a perfect gift for birthdays, graduations, hostess gifts or even 'welcome to the neighborhood'! They sell out fast, so give Roberta a call.
We are always on the lookout for content for our website. If anyone has gardening tips, gardening book or tool recommendations, recipes, articles, photos or anything else that might be of interest to visitors of the site and to our members, please contact one of the club's board members.
I am wondering what the tall corn looking grass is that is growing along the path from the town park to the downtown in Coupevillefirstname.lastname@example.org
yes! i would like them if you still have the the hibiscus. :-) I am in Coupeville on Schefflera Pl. Linda 907 441-4601vickie shea
I have two hibiscus plants to give to an interested person. They are currently 30" by 30". I had them indoors in full sun in Spokane and they bloomed like crazy, but in our new home here in Coupeville, I can't get enough sun for them. They are currently outside and safe from the deer. The deer do eat hibiscus. If you are interested, please e-mail me: email@example.comLydia Blakeway
You’re Invited Friday, June 24, Saturday, June 25, Sunday, June 26 P Garden Club Celebration! My Garden Nursery is proud to host the first annual Celebration of Garden Clubs. (Swag Bags for each member) Are you the member of a Garden Club? Give us a call and enter your garden club for this auspicious event. 206-300-1816 Come enjoy a FREE and friendly design competition with other garden clubs and/or at 1:00 each day Paint In The Garden. $15-$30 Come, mingle with other garden clubs, trade ideas over light snacks and beverages. It’s worth the drive! My Garden Nursery 360-366-8406 929 E. Bakerview Rd. Bellingham, WA 98226   mygardennursery.com Seminars and Events for 2016 Reserve your spot! Kristen Griffin, Ebey's Reserve
Thank you Coupeville Garden Club for helping us revision and spruce up the landscape around the Reserve's historic cottage. Thanks to you we are ready to celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service. Many, many people, local and otherwise, will benefit from your efforts. It was wonderful to be part of your group for the day! KristenVickie Chambers
I work on Front Street in Coupeville, and marvel at the beautiful colors in the flower baskets at the wharf. Every day as I set up Coupe's Last Stand, I take a moment to smell and enjoy! Thank you for your addition to our beautiful town! VickieCatherine Anderson
Great website!Marietta Pepin-Hansberry
Hi I am trying to locate a person or member of Garden club. Her Name is Gino Young. I am a long time friend. Would love to re-contact her again. Please have her e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I will give my phone number if this person is the correct Gino Young. I currently still live in Arlington. Thank you so much.Mary Dent
Thanks, Bill, for keeping me up to date on so many gardening goodies. Love this bee-sting tip...thanks, Peggy! This is such a great resource....hats off to you, Bill!Leslie Franzen
Just found this-really nice job on the website. Is it possible to add the Coupeville Library in as a link for resources? - www.sno-isle.org. We have some fabulous books, etc. Also, the Garden Club has been a partner for years with various aspects of our landscape at the library and I have lost the Burtons who were doing my two barrels. Would anyone there be interesting in managing these for the library? Please give me a call at 678-4911, ext 6120. Thanks so much!Nancy Holbrook
Great Website. Hope to join the club soon.Liz Wassink
Awesome sight, love what you did Bill. Thanks for including Meerkerk and notifying your members or the events there.Audrey
What a beauitful job, I know Diane is happy to have you for a hubby.Gretchen Wood
It is a pleasure to visit this site. There is so much information for the club members and the public to share. Thank you, Bill.Mary Hulbert
Great to have this. Thanks Bill!Diane A.
We are planning to add a bulletin board feature, which would be a perfect way to ask questions, swap items with other members, etc. I have a camellia that did not bloom either, so I'll be watching for any response!Lauree
From the warm sands of Mexico this was such a wonderful surprise. Great job, Mr. Bill! I thought the site was fabulous and the club really appreciates your expertise and hard work. Many thanks!!Nancy Lane
This is great! Going to be a good communication link for all members. Any room for horticultural questions? I have one from a friend, her Yuletide camellia did not bloom this year, no sign of flower buds. It was blooming last year when purchased. Any one with ideas? Bev
Wonderful site Bill! Exceeds all expectations - you've done a fabulous job! Teri S
Way to go Bill! Wonderful start to 2012 for CGC. Thanks for using your talent and expertise to help our club get this great website!Lynn F
Beautiful job - Thank you so much for your good work !Sheryl Sato
WOW!!! WOW!!! This is outstanding. SherylMay-Britt & John
Thanks Bill, what a great job. We have made it to the computer age.Patti
WOW! This is great, Bill, thanks.Ev & Rod Grant
Bill, you da Man!!!!! Many thanks to you Bill and Diane for your hard work which really payed off...so many links...so informative...so attractive...such a wealth of information...not only for the Club's members but also for the community at large. Well done.Joann Roomes
OK, I'm not a member (Mildred's daughter), but I proofread pretty well. The site looks impressive, but it would be even more so if a few spelling errors/typos were corrected. (poen, montly, are instead of "our") Pretty passionate bit on orchids...I'm rooting (no pun intended) for them to outlive humans.Bert
Terrific site!! Well done! A big thanks to Bill - it will be a wonderful resource, communication and marketing tool for us all.Joan Wortman
I AM IMPRESSED. GREAT JOB.... Nancy Dell
Thank you Bill. The site is truly awesome, so detailed and full of great info. Thanks so much!Jeff S
Thank you Bill! Great job! Lots of hard work here.patrice h
Love the info, I missed the presentation, I was a hostess that day. I really didn't hear, so I am thankful to know this!
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