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Wayland Garden Club: “Spring Ephemerals and Other Delights”, February 24

spring collageTired of the snow and looking forward to spring? Wondering how your plantings are faring and what will peak through the snow first? Join the Wayland Garden Club at our next meeting to learn about “Spring Ephemerals and Other Delights” Joan Butler and Jana Milbocker of Enchanted Gardens will be speaking to us about these stars of early spring gardens. Come learn about their habitats, ideal growing conditions and unique adaptations. Our speakers are past presidents of the Holliston Garden Club and very involved in the Garden Club Federation of MA and other horticultural societies. New members are warmly welcome. Wayland Garden Club, Tuesday, February 24, light refreshments at 9:30 a.m., lecture at 10 a.m, at the Trinitarian Congregational Church, 53 Cochituate Road.
Questions- please call Sue Pope: 508-358-2462 or Aida Gennis 508-650-3869

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