Welcome to the Ramona Garden Club
A CGCI Blue Ribbon Club
The Ramona Garden Club meets at noon on the second Wednesday of each month at our new location Mountain Valley Church located at 1191 Meadowlark Way Ramona, CA, except (July/Aug & Dec). Members and their guests are welcome to attend the event, which begins with a potluck lunch, continues with a brief meeting and the speaker’s presentation, and ends with an opportunity drawing of plants and related garden goodies. The public is welcome to attend. Annual dues are $20.00. Click here for Membership form to print.
General Meeting, May 13th
TOPIC - Pet Friendly Garden
Judy Macomber of PetLovers Publications
Pet Friendly and edible landscaping will be presented. Some tips on how to outwit the "yard terrorist" along with ideas on what edibles you can incorporate into your landscaping that both you and your pets can eat. Through the years, Judy has studied and increased her education on pet friendly plants, and opportunities to try to outwit “The Backyard Terrorist”…and sometimes she even wins!
The Wednesday meeting starts at noon with refreshments, business announcements and an opportunity drawing table before proceeding into the program. The public is welcome to attend.
Mountain Valley Church located at 1191 Meadowlark Way Ramona, CA Map
Master Gardener's Website - April Gardening
Many thanks to our wonderful members for signing up to provide a vase of flowers or a potted plant to brighten up the Ramona Library. Anyone interested in signing up please contact Linda Hermecz The flowers and plants are well received from both the visitors and staff alike! You may retrieve your item after your week has passed.
Pennies for Pines
Each month the garden club takes a special collection for the National Forest Penny Pines Program. For $68.00, approximately 350 cedar, fir, oak, redwood, pine trees will be planted on approximately one acre. This amount not only includes the seedlings but the clearing and preparation.
Ramona Garden Club
P.O. Box 1412
Ramona, California 92065
Gardening is the art that uses flowers and plants as paint, and the soil and sky as canvas. - Elizabeth Murray