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2017 Plant Exchange

On Friday, May 5th, we had a plant exchange at Windermere Recreation Center (formerly Butler Bay Rec. Center).

There were alot of plants and it was a very pleasant but windy day.  Margaret S’s was called out of town at the last minute, so her daughter Jennifer P. attended and brought some plumeria tree cuttings for rooting to share. Not in the photos below but who also attended the exchange later in the morning was Community Garden Chairman Vicki H.

L to R: Leah D., Corresponding Sec., Special Events & Arbor Day Co-Chairman Jackie R., President Bonnie B., Jennifer P. , Member Denise H., Incoming 2nd VP Sherri A.

L to R: Outgoing 2nd VP Maureen Tuber, Website and E-mail Chairman Tanya C., Incoming Hostess Chairman Carolyn B.

Recording Sec. Janet S.

 

 

 

 

 

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2015 Plant Exchange

On Friday, June 5th in celebration of National Gardening Week, Windermere Garden Club had an annual membership plant exchange.

L to R: Joan Y., Jackie R.,Vicki H., Tanya C., Sherri A.

L to R: Joan Y., Jackie R.,Vicki H., Tanya C., Sherri A.

L to R: Carol W. and Leah D.

L to R: Carol W. and Leah D.

Sharon R. with two furry friends

Sharon R. with two furry friends

L to R: Joan Y., Dot B., and Sumita G.

L to R: Joan Y., Dot B., and Sumita G.

L to R: Denise H. and Incoming Recording Sec. Janet S.

L to R: Denise H. and Incoming Recording Sec. Janet S.

2014 Plant Exchange

Our club had its annual plant exchange on the back porch of Windermere Town Hall on Thursday, June 5th as part of National Gardening Week. Special thanks to 2nd VP Maureen T. for the photos of the event included in this post.

Member Carol W.

Member Carol W.Member Leah D.

Member Leah D.

Member Joan P.

Member Joan P.

2010 June 10 – Plant Exchange

Minora Hand hosted the Plant Exchange at her home.  The Gaura plant everyone loved is pictured in the slideshow and Minora describes it as follows:  “There are both red and white varieties.  It likes sun, gets out-of-hand (big) if over-watered, like mine is (thanks to my husband), and self-sows like crazy, but doesn’t transplant too well.”

Also, Donna took several photos of members to update their current yearbook photos.  If you would like a new photo in the Yearbook, please let us know via the Respond to this Post box below and we will schedule something in the next month or two.  Photos courtesy of Donna Ditges