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We hope you find the Garden Club site helpful, and look forward to seeing you at one of our events.
  • Garden Club meetings are free and open to all. Talks and demos cover both edible and ornamental gardening, and members bring plants, bulbs, and seeds to share.

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  • A chance to see some creative Claremont gardens, talk to the owners, and get some inspiration for your own garden! The tour provides funding for the club.

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  • Show off your skills in decorating with plants and arranging flowers — you could win a ribbon! Co-sponsored with the Woman's Club of Claremont.

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Potluck
6:30PM - 8:30PM
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The Urban Beekeeper
6:30PM - 8:30PM
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Annual Garden Tour
1:00PM - 4:00PM
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Beautiful Plumerias!
6:30PM - 8:30PM
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Potluck
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Recently added: The slideshow presentation for the September 2017 talk on "The Care and Feeding of Backyard Citrus" is now available in PDF format.


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Q: At the October meeting on composting, a member asked if you can use ashes in your compost.

A: Speaker Dave Schroeder has written to say that you can use small amounts of fire place or BBQ ashes in the soil or in the compost pile as long as you mix them in thoroughly, but that ashes shouldn't be added to a worm bin.