Give a Little Joy: Make a Flower Arrangement

There's a big change this year for the Windsor Flower Show: No jury, no pressure, just fun. The Windsor Garden Club is asking members and residents to create a flower arrangement as a gift to the community just for fun and enter it in the Windsor Community Art and Flower Show. Any Windsor resident wishing to provide a floral and/or succulent arrangement for display at the Windsor Community Art and Flower Show should contact officers@windsorgardenclub.com to be a part of our gift of art to the community. The only rule: arrangements must be constructed of all-natural plant material. Entries should be dropped off at Huerta Gym on Thursday May 31 between 9am and noon. They must be picked up on

Lavender Lovers, Look Here

Lavender. If you’ve traveled the Mediterranean or California’s wine country, you’ve likely seen fragrant waves of it everywhere. A popular drought-hardy landscaping plant in Sonoma County, it’s also grown commercially for the oil found in its flowers, as well as for the dried flowers themselves. If you’re a lavender lover, you’re in luck: Lynn Rossman, owner of Lynn’s Lavender in Sebastopol, will be the featured speaker at the May 15 meeting of the Windsor Garden Club. The free presentation runs from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the community room of the Windsor Senior Center, 9231 Foxwood Dr. Presentation begins at 6:45 p.m. The lavender varieties we’re most familiar with are native to the Mediterran

Some Like it Hot Sale is May 5

Windsor Garden Club is holding a "Some Like it Hot" flower and plant sale from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Windsor Town Green Community Garden on Sunday, May 5. Plant prices are $3 each for 4-inch container. Buy 4 or more at a discount of $2.50 each Up for sale are veggies and flowers that are truly too tender to do very well if planted before the nights are reliably in the 50’s. And we are offering our “Some Like It Hot” plant sale along with tours of the Town Green Community Garden as part of the Windsor Days celebration and the town's Cinco de Mayo celebration on the green. I hope you come down to see us and get healthy plants grown from seed by the club. All proceeds will go to support the

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