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Fall news from Mill Creek Garden Club

Fall has arrived at the Mill Creek Garden Club. Photo courtesy of Mill Creek Garden Club.

Fall has arrived! The Mill Creek Garden Club had our first meeting of the season on September 9th and plans are falling into place for our next meeting on October 13th. Although there is still a little time left for us to enjoy the summer flowers in our gardens, you can tell fall is upon us by the chill in the morning air. The first frost will be here before you know it.

Mill Creek Garden Tour Featured Tour Garden of the Week, "A Lakeside Gem"

t’s hard to know where to begin with a description of this week’s featured tour garden, but here goes:  native trees and shrubs, Japanese maples, crab apples, smoke bushes and conifers to name just a few. Clematis and other vines scramble over arbors and trellises.

What do you do with an acre of wooded land nestled on a lake? Turn it into “A Lakeside Gem” of course.

It’s hard to know where to begin with a description of this week’s featured tour garden, but here goes: native trees and shrubs, Japanese maples, crab apples, smoke bushes and conifers to name just a few. Clematis and other vines scramble over arbors and trellises.

Leading the Way into their 32nd Year, from Mill Creek Garden Club

Mill Creek Garden Club Officers for 2015-16. Left to right in order:  Karen Brandon, Sally Dagna, Lyndal Kennedy, Gloria Buchanan, and Michael Crawford.

Mill Creek Garden Club celebrated good times and great memories at their recent May meeting. The theme was “picnic,” which was evident with the red/white checked table runners, red/white geranium centerpieces and the fabulous buffet lunch which included fried chicken, corn-on-the-cob, green and potato salads, watermelon and cookies.

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