Cache Creek has new garden club

Looking forward to Spring? Have we got a club for you!

Whether its vegetables

The first meeting is Thurs., March 6 in the new Cache Creek Library at 6 pm. We will meet every first Thursday of the month (except for August and December).

Come and meet fellow gardeners and get some great tips and “how to” knowledge about growing flowers, fruits and vegetables in our local climate. Do you have some seeds or plants you would like to exchange? Bring them with you!

Semi-formal topics to be discussed at upcoming meetings include composting, plant exchange, how to attract helpful insects, weed control and much more! A garden tour will be arranged for the summer as well as other fun activities.

The first meeting will be a meet and greet! Bring any ideas for topics you may have and any questions or concerns you have about your garden!

Marcie Down

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