Moriches Bay Garden Club
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MBGC: Gardening in April

Gardeners enjoy the warmer weather and longer days of April because they can get started with organizing and planning what changes they want to make for this year.  Moving plants around, …

We’re back in business; our winter recess is over and we are ready to start the 2020 gardening year. Our meetings are always the third Thursday of the month, 7 p.m. at the United …

Is everyone snuggled in, waiting for spring? We’ll see what Punxsutawney Phil has to say.   I am in Florida enjoying nice, sunny weather, but before I headed south, the snowdrops …

The MBGC has had a wonderful year of projects, programs and field trips.  Our last project was to participate in the Ketcham Inn Foundation's wreath-decorating event. The finished wreaths were …

Several members attended a leadership conference at the Bethpage Restoration Welcome Center last month. It was a good opportunity to meet gardeners from all over Long Island and to get ideas for …

Our club entry in the second district standard flower show, "A Social Whirl," which was held at Brecknock Hall in Greenport, won a second-place award. Rita Sepenoski, Eileen DeRicco, Lillie …

If you have flowers in your garden, you surely have noticed all the monarch butterflies fluttering around. They are pollinating our veggies and flowers, but they are also looking for milkweed plants …

If you have flowers in your garden, you surely have noticed all the monarch butterflies fluttering around. They are pollinating our veggies and flowers, but they are also looking for milkweed plants …

July is here and all our hard work has paid off.  Tried and true annuals like begonia, zinnia, vinca and New Guinea impatiens are in full bloom. Some members have planted impatiens this …

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