From its beginning more than 70 years ago, Mosman Home Gardeners’ Society has adapted to the changes in gardening and lifestyles. With almost half of Mosman’s residents now living in townhouses, apartments and flats you don’t have to have a garden to belong to our club. A shared love of gardens and gardening is what brings us together.
New members, visitors and guests are welcome.
At the Garden club meeting of August 8, 2017, the club was privileged to have Linda Ross address us. Linda entertained us with her anecdotes about her family and her garden tour experiences. She also spoke of her favourite colour scheme in the garden – lilac, mauves and lemons with lots of splashes of silver. Linda recommends planting in autumn rather than spring in order that the new plants have time to get ready for the rigours of summer. She also recommends topping up mulch and fertilizer at the end of winter.
SILENT AUCTION- A reminder that the September meeting is the time to give to Louise Scambler (on the reception desk) your expression of interest in an envelope should you wish to bid for the lovely painting of Balmoral by Bettye Randall.
Looking forward to seeing you all at our next meeting!