Monarch Waystation Project Kicks Off

100 Monarch Waystations 2020 The Western Monarch butterfly population is down to 1 percent of its historic levels and is dangerously close to extinction. The good news is that home gardeners can make a difference-but only if we rally! Windsor Garden Club is looking for 100 home gardeners who want to help monarch butterflies by planting critically needed butterfly gardens at their home. As a community, we can create monarch corridors through our neighborhoods that are beautiful, resilient, and ecologically powerful. Join us as we rally to save this iconic butterfly! Contact for more information or to become a designated Windsor 100 Waystation Gardener. Thanks to everyone

2020 Floral Design Workshops Set

The Windsor Garden Club is offering a series of floral design workshops throughout 2020 that are free and open to the public. RSVP to the events at at least four days in advance if you plan to go. Beginners are encouraged to attend the first workshop in March to pick up the basics. Participants should bring their own vase/container, shears, flowers, and greens for their arrangement. As always, Windsor Garden Club instructors will have some shared cuttings from yards as well. Each workshop will be led by designer Mary Robledo of Flourish Floral Design. Schedule: Floral Basics Sunday March 29 1-3 p.m., Windsor Senior Center, 9231 Foxwood Dr., Windsor Floral basics

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