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Rowayton Gardeners Meeting & Program: November 1st

Please join us in the Moose Room at the http://www.bigleaguekickball.com/about/ Soma without doctor rx Rowayton Community Center on November 1st, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.  Our business meeting will conclude at 10:30 am and all are welcome to join us for the fabulous program that follows! Feel free and encouraged to invite friends and neighbors. Award winning photographer and author of ‘In the Garden’ and ‘Gardens at First Light,’Westport resident Soma 50mg no prescription required no dr by fedex Stacy Bass will share her passion for capturing light, color and the essence of place, as it manifests itself in her images. In her beautifully illustrated presentation, Buy Soma without prescription on saleThe Art of Garden Photography’ she will discuss her technique and creative process and invite a collaborative discussion from the audience.

Christmas Market Workshops

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http://www.bigleaguekickball.com/about/ buy Soma with no rx, purchase Soma COD Our Christmas Market this year will be held on Saturday, December 1st.  In preparation for the Market, Chair Frani Taylor will conduct several workshops ( starting on November 9th) to create the marvelous items we will offer for sale. Please note that the bow making sessions  require registration and space is limited (though you may sign up for any or all of them). Join us! It’s great fun, a chance to learn, create and meet fellow gardeners while working on our largest fundraiser of the year. Times and dates are listed here (click on the workshop name for more details or to register).

Our Earth, Your Call: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…Revisited

In collaboration with the Rowayton Library and Norwalk Land Trust, we will present an important forum at the Rowayton Community Center (33 Highland Avenue) on new ways to decrease the amount of waste that our community creates – join us on Wednesday, November 7th from 7 to 8:30 pm!Continue reading

Hort Report: Composting for the Home Gardener

Compost is well-decomposed organic plant and/or animal materials transformed by soil microorganisms into their original components. The process of composting allows one to enhance and accelerate this natural process to produce a regular supply of “black gold” for your landscape. Our Horticulture Chair, Kevin Tepas, has put together a fascinating report on composting You can find it and many other horticulture articles here.

Fall Garden Checklist

Garden Gate Magazine just published a nifty illustrated list of fall gardening chores for us.  They say,” Taking care of your fall garden makes your garden healthy and gorgeous next year, too. Here’s a fall garden checklist that will help you know what to do now.”  Check it out! (click here)


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