Chesapeake Bay Garden Club
 Celebrating 60 Years in Reedville, Virginia

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Join us for…..
  • Monthly educational/environmental programs and projects
  • Fun and friendships
  • Floral design workshops
  • Horticulture education 
  • Floral Designs and Horticulture exhibited and judged at meetings
  • Seed planting workshop with school children (Ready, Set, Grow!)
  • Hands-on gardening projects
  • Opportunities for involvement in District, State and National levels
Our club meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at Festival Halle in Reedville, Virginia; September thru June. (No regular meetings in November and December when we are busy with other activities.) We begin with a light lunch at 12:00 (but feel free to come early), followed by our monthly meeting and the program. Horticulture specimens and floral designs are exhibited and judged at each meeting.
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Website updated 3/17/2017
Webmaster: D. Douglas

Landscape Design

Other Programs
    Conservation and
    Ready, Set, Grow!
    Nitti Gritti

Festival Halle, Reedville, VA, 12:00 Noon Refreshments 
12:45 p.m. Meeting; 1:15 p.m. Program.
"Beautiful, Native and Pollinator Friendly: You Can Have It All"

Local authority, Carolyn Quinn, from Dug In Farms in White Stone. Her program will highlight native plants and where to find them and how they can best be added to landscapes for beauty and pollination.
Festivities of the Northern Neck
A  Standard Flower Show 
Friday, June 9, 2017
A course for all those interested in the beauty and care of our environment through landscaping.
Course I, Series XXVII
Tuesday and Wednesday, April 11, 12, 2017

Woodlands Hotel & Suites Conference Center
105 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Phone (800) 261-9530 (reservations)

Download information and registration form 
We're ready for Ready, Set, Grow! April 24 at Northumberland Grade School. CBGC volunteers talk to the children about the parts of a plant, plant needs, and plant products, using many examples and hands-on activities. Click here for team info and more information!