02 Oct 2015 Leave a comment
01 Oct 2015 Leave a comment
Presentation on Fall Perennials October 20
September 2015 – The Navesink Garden Club has invited Anne Haines, owner of Deer Country Gardens, Millstone Township, to give a presentation on fall-blooming and deer-resistant perennials on Tuesday, October 20 at 1:00 pm at The Atrium, 40 Riverside Avenue, Red Bank.
The public is invited to attend free of charge.
Haines’s program is titled “Fall-blooming (and Deer-resistant) Perennials: Beyond Chrysanthemums.” There are many perennials that can bring new life to summer-weary gardens more than “mums.” Haines will give you ideas for adding color and interest to the deer-resistant garden in the fall, from asters and bugbane to plumbago and turtleheads. Deer Country Gardens specializes in deer-resistant plants.
The Navesink Garden Club is a member of The Garden Club of New Jersey, Inc. and the Central Atlantic Region of National Garden Clubs, Inc. Members come from Atlantic Highlands, Colts Neck, Eatontown, Elberon, Highlands, Holmdel, Leonardo, Lincroft, Little Silver, Marlboro, Middletown, Neptune, Ocean, Rumson, Shrewsbury, Tinton Falls, and Red Bank in New Jersey, and New York City. For more information about the Navesink Garden Club and programs, contact the Membership Chair, Kathleen Panepinto,firstname.lastname@example.org. Join our website to receive notices of new postings by adding your email address on the lower right of the page.
30 Sep 2015 Leave a comment
Please click on our Gallery page to see some pictures. Thank you, Ronnie Lander for your contributions. There are some more earlier ones, so don’t feel slighted. We’ll “dig” them up!
23 Sep 2015 Leave a comment
hi followers – good to see so many Navesink Garden Club members are viewing posts as they happen! It warms your webmaster’s heart and you are all thought of well.
Occasionally, a glitch happens and you may have received an email with an erroneous title/URL. Not to worry. Your webmaster is not master of all technology in the universe. Only of a few marigolds and now rotten tomatoes.
So, don’t throw your own rotten tomatoes! Life, like our gardens, is a work in progress. I own up to my mistakes, and hopefully you will continue to trust my postings, and let me know what you think, as I bumble(!) along on the digital highway.
18 Sep 2015 1 Comment
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16 Sep 2015 Leave a comment
There were so many entries, so many original, fascinating designs and cultivars yesterday at our first general meeting, that it is impossible to get everything up here right away. Your webmaster will need some time to go over all the pictures, and figure out the best way to get them here.
But we will! You will see the entries, the winners and most of all, the people behind the success that marked our first gathering of the new season.
Congratulations to all our winners, and stay tuned for details as they are finalized
08 Sep 2015 Leave a comment
We are looking forward to our opening meeting next week and our SSFS which is always a showcase for our horticulture and design skill. WONDERFUL NEWS ! The Atrium will again be providing lunch for us this year — sandwiches, chips, etc. For our first meeting, we’ll set up the flower show downstairs in the Cultural Center, but then we’ll go to the small dining room for our business meeting and lunch. This is very convenient for the judges, so they can confer without the distraction of our meeting.
We are asking as many of the members as possible to park in their employee parking lot, which is next to River Towers Apartments. If we drop off our horticulture and design components in front of the building, then park in the employee lot, we will be alleviating a congestion problem and helping the valets.I CERTAINLY HOPE AS MANY OF US AS POSSIBLE PARK IN THAT LOT. This is a way that we can show them we appreciate their efforts on behalf of the club.We will be accepting horticulture and design entries from 9 a.m. until 10:15 a.m. We will have more entry cards available, but if you can come prepared with your horticulture properly named that will be a big help.Marina
21 Aug 2015 1 Comment
21 Aug 2015 Leave a comment
How nice of the Internet to provide all we need to know about getting those analogous and complimentary colors organized. Our September show will depend upon the choices we make, and should prove to be a colorful treat!
21 Aug 2015 Leave a comment
The Museum and The Navesink Garden Club will be hosting an Opening Reception for “The Betty Jean and Karl Meyer Nature Area”. The reception will be from 10am-5pm with Dedication to Betty Jean at 2pm.