To stimulate knowledge and appreciation of horticulture
To encourage civic projects
To study the fine art of
To be informed about and to actively support conservation and environmental concerns
October 18, 2022
Garden to Table Cooking Demonstration
Tips for growing food and herbs along with a cooking demonstration by Paul Split, a nationally recognized designer and presenter of green workshops and lectures for garden clubs.
Hostesses: Joyce Kelleher, Kathie Schatz, Dottie Palko, Deb Faulconer, Elaine Carter, Paula Raczkowski, Linda Lord
Floral Designer: Joyce Kelleher
Congratulations to our
The Garden Club of Hyannis is extremely proud to award scholarships to these outstanding senior high school students from Cape Cod. We are so fortunate to have so many outstanding students in our midst that are focusing on environmental studies. Thank you, Garden Club members, for your support throughout the year.
Deirdre Loughlin and Linda Zarif
Take a look at our 2021 - 5th Holiday Showcase
"400 Years of Holidays on Cape Cod"
NATIVE PLANT CHALLENGE
The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts’ President’s Project is “The Native Plant Challenge” to encourage learning about the important role native plants play in our ecosystem.
Click this link for more information:
The Garden Club of Hyannis is joining in The Native Plant Challenge to promote the use of native plants. Members are being challenged to plant more natives and to create a habitat for native wildlife.
Each month in the Club Clippings, the Conservation Committee is presenting topics such as: Native plants, trees and shrubs; Native Plant lists and resources; Pollinators; and Bird Attractors. For further information on Native Plants, click on the following:
[Native Plant Resources [link to the Native Plant resource list]