The Olde Ripton Garden Club has arranged for a program on interior gardening and houseplants on Monday, Nov. 6.
Marie Lipski of Southington will present a program entitled “Interior Gardens”. She will discuss topics such as pests, potting soil, and propagation. There will be talk about bringing in tender green friends, pathogens, lighting, watering, fertilizers, and how this can change with each season. Frost need not stop your gardening, you can embrace your inner green spirit year-round! Houseplants carry our gardening interests thru the cold months – year after year, our plants seem like familiar friends.
Marie is a certified advanced master gardener, certified master naturalist, and master conservationist. The Olde Ripton Garden Club will present Ms. Lipski at its Monday, Nov. 6 meeting.
Her program, “Interior Gardens,” is open to the public and will be held at Plumb Memorial Library at 10 a.m. in the Community Room (downstairs), 65 Wooster Street, Shelton.
Non-member fee is $5 and refreshments will be served. A member drive is currently underway for the Club. The Olde Ripton Garden Club is open for new members to join at any level of
gardening – from beginner to master gardener. Projects include working on community gardens around town, holiday decorating at public buildings in Shelton, a garden therapy program with seniors and youth gardening in Shelton schools. Annual dues for membership are $25 for monthly meetings (except January & February). Meetings includes speakers, a light lunch, and friendly activities. Interested parties are invited to attend a meeting to see if they want to join. For more information visit www.olderiptongardenclub.org.