The Olde Ripton Garden Club will test their plant skills by identifying fruits and nuts, flowers and foliage plants and ornamental plants including woody plants, vines, ground covers and ornamental grasses at their next meeting with a “Fall Bounty Harvest” theme on Sept. 14.
A “Plant Mystery” segment will help identify plants that even seasoned gardeners may be baffled by, according to a press release. If there is an unknown plant in your collection, the club encourages you to bring it along and to see if they can identify it.
Also featured at this meeting is a Plant Swap. If you have any tired, old or unwanted plants that you’d like to swap out for something new, bring them along. Also, a great time to thin out the beds and share the bounty of your perennials and plants with other gardeners.
The meeting will be held at 10 a.m. at the Plumb Memorial Library. The public is welcomed to attend and new members are encouraged. Annual Dues are $25. Refreshments will be served.
No mastery garden experience required. You just need to love plants, nature, and want to learn more. For more info visit www.olderiptongardenclub.org