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General meetings of the ST. JAMES HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY are held the 3rd Tuesday in the months of January, February, March, April, October and November, at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of the STEVENSON-BRITTANIA SCHOOL located at 1777 Silver Avenue. Elevator service is available. Parking is available on the front street and back lot.

Guest speaker for the meeting of February 18th will be LINDA DIETRICK. Her topic will be "OUDOLF and BEYOND: NEW PERENNIALIST GARDEN DESIGN ". The movement was popularized by the Dutch designer Piet Oudolf, creator of the High Line in New York and the Lurie Garden in Chicago.

Members and visitors are welcome.

 Our flower arranging group, the St. James Flower Arrangers, meet at 7:30 pm the first Wednesday in the months of February, March, April, May, June. September, October, November and December in the main floor lunch room of the of the STEVENSON-BRITTANIA SCHOOL located at 1777 Silver Avenue. Parking is available on the front street and back lot.

Our next meeting is March 4, 2020.

In keeping with our theme, countries, our demonstration will feature Japan, "Konnichiwi
"
, A minimalistic Ikebana style arrangement in a low container. Demo by Evelyn.

Our workshop will feature AUSTRALIA, "Outback", A round arrangement that is “outback”, working predominantly with succulent/cacti and Waxflowers. Material from any source.
 
 
Our first meeting of the year, held January 21st, was well attended. Guest speaker was LINDA WALL. Her topic was "UNDERSTANDING BATS" - Practical Tips to Enjoying the Benefits of Bats on your Property.
Linda developed a personal appreciation for bats as a young person growing up in a very old "airy" farmhouse in north west Ontario. After starting a career in natural resources management Linda continued to pursue building bat boxes, nests and roosts for unsuspecting friends. Linda has many bat houses across Northern Ontario that have not attracted bats so knows first hand what not to do to attract bats to your property.

 
The February 5th meeting of the St. James Flower Arrangers featured England, "High Tea", a tea cup arrangement with saucer included.
The following images exhibit the amazing talent and creativity this group of fun loving ladies have.
The demonstration was presented by Sharon.  It
features Australia, "Outback”, which is to be worked predominantly with succulents/cacti and waxflowers. I look forward to the creations of this demo from next month's meeting.

 


We thank the Deer Lodge Community Club for their invitation to their winter carnival. Please visit our booth between 9 am and 4 pm, February 17th, at the Deer Lodge Community Club Winter Carnival.
St. James Horticultural Society Brochure - PDF download
Glenlea Greenhouse has kicked off their 2020 fundraising campaign. St. James Horticultural Society will be participating again this year.

We will be holding our Plant and Bake Sale Fundraiser at Crestview United Church on Saturday, May 9th, at which time plants purchased through Glenlea Greenhouse can be picked up.

We encourage members to support the St. James Horticultural Society by purchasing your plants through the Glenlea Greenhouse fundraising campaign.

We are also gratefully accepting donations for our plant and bake sale.

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR FUNDRAISER!
Click here to shop now For Spring Fundraiser at Glenlea Greenhouses. At checkout, select St. James Horticultural Society and delivery date of May 9 at Crestview United church, 316 Hamilton Avenue
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