Seeking Succulents: The Windsor Garden Club is looking for donations of succulent cuttings for our popular holiday pumpkin fundraiser. The club uses the cuttings to create succulent-topped pumpkins for its annual Fall Plant Sale. The pumpkins last several months if cared for properly; the succulents can be planted after it’s time for the pumpkin to go. If you’ve got succulent cuttings to share, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 707-931-4796.
You’re in for a treat Sept. 19. The featured speakers at the Windsor Garden Club meeting that night are the folks from Aztec Dahlias in Petaluma. Aztec Dahlias has been in the spotlight in local newspapers recently; if you went to the annual Heirloom Food Expo, you saw some of their beautiful blooms on display. Come learn more about dahlias big and small, and learn what the current owners of the Petaluma flower farm are doing with the business. Meeting starts with refreshment
The Windsor Garden Club is trying to solve The Great Tomato Debate: what’s the best backyard tomato to grow in this town? And what’s the worst? If you’ve got an opinion, and if you’ve got a named tomato variety from your garden, you’re invited to the Town Green Community Garden on the remaining September Sundays (Sept. 17 and Sept. 24) from noon till 2 p.m. to help settle the debate. Bring your opinions and tomatoes to slice, share and taste with other backyard gardeners. In