The Gardeners of Central Lake County, Illinois are a group of gardening enthusiasts that meet once a month for community with other gardeners and to be inspired by outstanding local speakers. The club has been in existence since 1959. We are affiliated with Gardeners of America and American Horticulture Society.
Join us any time. See our next gathering listed below or view our full calendar. Download a membership form. Guests are always welcome at our regular monthly member meetings.
2018 MONTHLY MEMBER MEETINGS
7:00 pm on the second Monday evening of most months.
Location: CrossLife Evangelical Free Church
431 W. Austin Avenue, Libertyville, IL.
2018 ACTIVITIES January 8 Flowers of Oregon & Frost on the Windows Joan Sayre – Nature photographer Questions and Answers on photography Photo Contest: Jerry Cleland February 12 Excellence is in our Nature
Director of Public Affairs and Development,
Lake County Forest Preserve District.
What Forest Preserve does and also info on planting natives and eliminating invasives. March 12 Gardening Myths and Mis-information: Barriers to Good Gardening
Sharon Yiesla April 9th Growing Orchids at Home
How to take care of your Orchid at home May 12 Plant Sale
Crawford Warming House, 8:30-11 am May 14 “Divide and Multiply: When to Divide What (And How)”
Beth Botts June 11 Mini Flower Show/Members Forum June 23 Garden Walk July 20 Annual Picnic
Old School Forest Preserve, Shelter D
5 pm Sept. 10 TBD/ Veggie Tasting Oct. 8 Backyard Birds and Bird Feeding David Brooks, Spring Valley Nature Center
Learn the “how to” of attracting a variety of birds to your yard with feeding stations and food plantings. Program will include a who’s-who of common local birds and some of the migrants to be observed in spring and fall. Nov. 12 Pie Social Dec. 9 Holiday Party and Annual Dinner
LOCATION: 1200 American Way, Libertyville, directly behind The Chapel building. Park at the far northeast corner of parking lot. TBD Community Gardens Open House & Tour
9-11 am In September community gardeners will enjoy the fresh produce from their garden lot.