Venue Change for Wreath Making Class on Saturday November 16

CREATING HOLIDAY WREATHS WITH NATURAL ITEMS

PRESENTED BY

MAGGIE STRINGER

MBG Board Member and Master Gardener

Saturday, November 16 at 9:00 am

Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park
1010 Forest Avenue

Maggie is one of the founding members of the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park, Capital City Master Gardener Association and a retired MPS Principal at Forrest Avenue Magnet. She is an excellent instructor, a creative and talented gardener and dedicated MBG board member.
We will have a raffle for the wreath she will make. Be sure and bring your dollar bills.

FREE TO MBG MEMBERS, $5 DONATION REQUESTED OF OTHERS

Due to the predicted cold weather on Saturday, November 16, 2019, the WREATH MAKING CLASS will be held in the Greenhouse. Please bring a folding chair as there is no seating in the Greenhouse. The Greenhouse is located near the Parks and Recreation Maintenance Department on the right as you drive through Oak Park. You may park in the parking areas and along the drive.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CLASS WILL BE RESCHEDULED
Please consider a membership or donation to the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park.

 

Natural Wreath Making Class with Maggie Stringer

CREATING HOLIDAY WREATHS WITH NATURAL ITEMS

PRESENTED BY

MAGGIE STRINGER

MBG Board Member and Master Gardener

Saturday, November 16 at 9:00 am

Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park

1010 Forest Avenue

Maggie is one of the founding members of the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park, Capital City Master Gardener Association and a retired MPS Principal at Forrest Avenue Magnet. She is an excellent instructor, a creative and talented gardener and dedicated MBG board member.

We will have a raffle for the wreath she will make. Be sure and bring your dollar bills.

FREE TO MBG MEMBERS, $5 DONATION REQUESTED OF OTHERS

Meet us in the Outdoor Classroom at MBG where there are “stump seats” but you may also bring a folding chair.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CLASS WILL BE RESCHEDULED

Please consider a membership or donation to the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park.

Congratulations to Ann Carr for winning second place

Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park volunteer and CCMGA member, Ann Carr,  took this great shot in our garden.  She entered it into the Botanical Photography Division at the Alabama State Fair.

What a great action shot of a bee landing on an Indigo Spires in the Daylily bed.

Congratulations on your second place ribbon.  Please share your pictures with us.

 

October 5 Class was a Success

Thank you Shellee Roberts and Total Image for a great class on Nature Photography at the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park.

Shellee spoke to the attendees for a few minutes before the class walked around the garden taking pictures and improving their craft.

If you attended the class and took pictures, please post your pictures here.  We would love to see them.

Our next class is

 

CREATING HOLIDAY WREATHS WITH NATURAL ITEMS


PRESENTED BY

MAGGIE STRINGER

MBG Board Member and Master Gardener

Saturday, November 16 at 9:00 am

Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park

1010 Forest Avenue

Maggie is one of the founding members of the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park, Capital City Master Gardener Association and a retired MPS Principal at Forrest Avenue Magnet. She is an excellent instructor, a creative and talented gardener and dedicated MBG board member.

We will have a raffle for the wreath she will make. Be sure and bring your dollar bills.

FREE TO MBG MEMBERS, $5 DONATION REQUESTED OF OTHERS
Meet us in the Outdoor Classroom at MBG where there are “stump seats” but you may also bring a folding chair.

IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, CLASS WILL BE RESCHEDULED

Please consider a membership or donation to the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park.

It is time to deep root fertilize your trees

Property Management Source’s  Garden Corner

Thank you Property Management Source for deep root fertilizing our trees yesterday.  The Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park has planted over 20 trees in the last year and a half.  Some have fared better than others.  This treatment should help them thrive.

Please consider a membership or donation to the Montgomery Botanical Gardens today.