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Garden Club

Penn-Cumberland Garden Club
Invites You To Come Grow With Us!

Penn-Cumberland Garden Club encompasses the west shore area of Harrisburg.

Our meetings allow members and guests to come together to learn, socialize and to share with each other the work and lessons of the garden.

Penn-Cumberland Garden Club is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Pennsylvania and National Garden Clubs, Inc.   We provide education, resources and opportunities for members to promote love of gardening, floral design and landscape design, as well as civic and environmental responsibility.  We are a volunteer organization of men and women who share interests in gardening and civic beatification.  We are a non-profit 501©3 group.

Meets Every Third Monday at:

Camp Hill Borough Building
2145 Walnut Street
Camp Hill, Pa.  17011

Events

A Bit About Seeds & Seed Starting

On April 11 at 6:30 PM, Betsy Rushong, Master Gardner in Cumberland County, will share het knowledge about starting plants from seeds.  Also, hear about The Triumph of

Annual Bertha P. Reppert Herb Tea

May 20th -10 AM-55th Annual Bertha P. Reppert Herb Tea “Herbs for People and Pets” Our speaker is Marcella Paraskevas-Ramirez from New Jersey. Marcella is a holistic practitioner

ANNUAL PLANT FAIR

Saturday May 18, 2019 NB Liebman Furniture Store parking lot 4705 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA 9 AM to 1 PM. Annuals and Perennials Trees and Shrubs

Articles

Garden Tour 2018-also see photos

Horticulture Committee Report Carol Hollis, Horticulture Chair It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to an end and the Autumnal Equinox is quickly approaching. What a fabulous

SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED

Penn-Cumberland Garden Club recently awarded 4 Scholarships The Penn-Cumberland Garden Club’s (PCGC) Esther Kolze Scholarship award of $1,000 for High School Seniors was awarded for the 2018/2019 school

Arbor Day Tree Dedication

On April 27, 2018 a tree dedication was held at Trails and Trees Environmental Education Center. A Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia glyptrostroboides) was dedicated as the President’s Tree in