Meetings are held at St. Anne's Parish Hall in Annapolis at 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month, from September through May except for January, and are open to the public.

September 2, 2015
Emma Seniuk: FROM GOOD TO GREAT: Gardening Sentiments and Sensibilities.
Gardening tips from plant placement to bulb displays to self sewers and how to create stronger contrast and color in your garden.

October 7, 2015:
Dan Bernarcik: Making Your Garden Your Own

November 11, 2015:
Barbara Ellis: Embracing Diversity with Native and Non-native Plants
A key principle in creating a Bay-Friendly garden is to increase the variety of plants. Learn not only about the value of diversity in the garden, but also the fun of cramming as many plants as possible into every corner of your yard.

December 2, 2015:
Paul Westervelt: Perennials for Multiple Seasons

February 3, 2016:
Ellen Ecker Ogden: The Complete Kitchen Garden

March 2, 2016:
Julie Messervy: Get Out!! Designing Landscapes that Get Everyone Outside Again

April 6, 2016:
Peter Crane: Ginkgo - A Portrait of the Tree That Time Forgot
Revered for its beauty and its longevity, the ginkgo is a living fossil, unchanged for more than 200 million years. Botanist Peter Crane, who has a written what he calls a biography of this unique tree, will share the inspiring history and cultural significance of the Ginkgo.

May 4, 2016:
Deborah Dulaney: Pollination

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