Plantation Lakes Garden Club members "focused on fellowship" at The Brick Restaurant and Hotel in Georgetown, earlier this month, in lieu of a business meeting and program. The buffet luncheon was delicious, and our tables were beautifully decorated by hostesses Marilyn Zimmerlee and Margaret Woda with poinsettias, candles nestled in cranberries, and each place set with a nutcracker, holiday-themed name tag and the napkin decorated with a candy cane and bow. Attendees brought
Longwood Garden is always a beautiful and interesting place to visit, but it is uniquely special during the Christmas season. If you haven't ever visited Longwood Garden during the holidays, make this your year to do so. In fact, this display will be open until Sunday, January 8, 2017. Longwood Gardens is located on US Route 1, about 3 miles northeast of Kennett Square, PA. - a two-hour drive from Millsboro. Garden hours are 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. The Cafe is open 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
There are many reasons why folks may hesitate to join a garden club, and many of them are myths. Here are a few examples, along with some facts to be-bunk them. MYTH: Garden club is for gardeners. Plantation Lakes Garden Club is for anyone who wants to meet their neighbors, learn gardening practices that will help to improve their lawn and garden, develop new skills, beautify and serve their community, discover new ways to preserve the environment for our kids and grandkids..