Coldspring Garden Club
We will meet this Thursday April 1st, 1:30pm, at the Coldspring Community Center. We will open the meeting giving everyone the opportunity to brag about their plants that succeeded to stay alive through the Texas freeze. You can also tell us about your favorite plant or flower.
Don Leedy will speak about pruning our bushes and trees the proper way for their recovery from the February Texas freeze.
Wanda will tell us about the great fun the Pot Party was last Tuesday. We had 11 pot painters last Tuesday at the Senior Center, Bless our painty little fingers. Chris and Vernon joined us and offered suggestions.
We did not get all of the pots dry enough to decorate so we will meet at noon before our meeting on April 1st. Come early if you would like to help decorate pots. Everyone is invited to come and see what we have accomplished.
We will have pots available for members to take home and start plants for our annual fund raiser which will be April 24th, the last Saturday in April. If Coldspring Garden Club members see a pot they would like to buy for themselves - we would not object at all.
Some members may want to eat a $4 meal at the Senior Center at noon. Please call ahead for your reservation, 936-653-4175.
Remember to bring your mask.
The objectives of the Coldspring Garden Club shall be to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening among amateurs; to aid in the protection of native trees, plants and birds; and to encourage civic planting.
We welcome visitors to browse our website often. We share members garden photos, articles on gardening, and other useful information that we hope will help you in your pursuit of a beautiful garden!