Sanne-Kure-Jensen Recycling coordinator Town of Portsmouth
"Ecological Landscape Design -Gardening for Wildlife"
Pictures by Janice
Eco-friendly Garden Designs
Design landscapes to welcome wildlife and pollinators. Use native and ornamental plants with low input needs to encourage birds, pollinators and wildlife, while reducing maintenance, costs and potential toxins.
This workshop will reference
Sarah Stein’s inspirational book,
Noah's Garden: Restoring the Ecology of Our Own Backyards and the
National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Certified Backyard program.
Books used in talk
April meeting- Anna Jane Kocon, owner of the Little State Flower Company- describes her business and location on 5 acres in Portsmouth. photos by Deb Mack
March meeting- Following a buffet by the hostess committee, member Linda Kirkpatrick give tips and showed designs to explain the finer points of the schedule for our annual flower show coming in May at Atria. Photos by Deb Mack
Robyn Spagnolo- Botanical Jewelry
Look at your garden in a different way and see plant material in a way that allows you to consider drying and changing it to create beautiful pieces for a stunning flower show entry. The hostess committee had an amazing array of food items to taste over two tables!
Photos by Roberta and Deb
Raffle basket by Mary DiBara
January 2017 Meeting-Hospital volunteer Barbara Powell Keeley explains Power of flowers as projects with many types of hospital patients. Making cards and arrangements for them to enjoy and feel as a accomplishment. Hostess committee with delicious food offerings nearly gone!
Photos by Deb Mack
November 9, 2016- Dreamscapes Design owner, Teresa Mello, describes water feature placement and examples. She also explained the fish life and plants that enhance the gardens she designs.
Photos by Deb Mack
Hostess Committee table arrangement with Dish Garden display
October 11, 2016- Martin Van Hof on bringing in houseplants and their care Photos by Deb Mack
September 14, 2016- Member new year get together at the library
Photo by Deb Mack