Susan DiStefano has been busy with the school garden project at Del Rey School. Read below to learn of the progress and what is to come. Yet another reason we can’t wait for covid restrictions to be lifted will be to get working on site.
Submitted by Kaija Gibbs
On February 23-25, over 1,700 garden club members virtually attended the 2021 GCA NAL Conference. While we missed out on our conversations over cocktails, our tours of the national monuments and our museum visits, what we didn’t miss were nationally renowned speakers passionately sharing their research and ideas for solving the world’s climate change crisis.
submitted by Jane Wiser
Familiar faces and new ones took part in a virtual P4P (Partners for Plants) event on November 10 to learn about GCA’s P4P program and to see all that Piedmont Garden Club and Orinda Garden Club have accomplished these past 6 years. Bonus: no one had to get their feet wet or nails dirty!
Gwen Manfrin poses the following question:
When is the best time to prune: peonies, hibiscus ,hydrangea, and evergreen dogwood? Please respond below or email email@example.com
by Sora O'Doherty (published in the Lamorinda Weekly 10/14/20)
The Orinda city council heard an unusual proposal Oct. 6 under Items for the Good of the City: resident Kate Rittmann is suggesting a plan for artist Jane Kim to install large-scale mural art around the city.
by Louise Diracles, Historian
With the start of a new decade, it is also a perfect time to take a look back at the presidents who have led us so well over the past 33 years! They have each presided over very successful fundraisers, local garden tours, improvements and enhancements to our community.