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FRANKFORD GARDEN CLUB is Hosting a Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Workshop

“The Benefits of Companion Planting”

A Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Workshop

Monday, June 24, 2013 6-7pm


Wissinoming Park, Cheltenham Ave Entrance, between Frankford Av and Charles St

Come and Grow your gardening skills – Environmental educator and Master Gardener Lori Hayes will explain how the right combination of plants can help your garden, whether you have a large yard or just a few flower pots.

Companion planting mixes compatible vegetables, herbs and flowers to the benefit of all, to help repel annoying insects and limit the spread of disease.   This Workshop is Free to the Public, the Community is invited to attend.  For more information, Contact Janet E Bernstein, Frankford Garden Club President, at 267-982-9620 or Vice President Johnnie Mae Parker 215-537-0145

 Project Coordinator
 PHS Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
 100 N. 20th Street – 5th Floor
 Philadelphia, PA 19103-1495
 p: 215.988.8872
 f: 215.988.8810
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Frankford Rain Barrel Workshop

Free Water

This is something that everybody can support.  The flier below is an offer to attend a rain barrel workshop at the Library on Monday.  If you attend, you can apply for a free rain barrel.  This is a free water collection system that you can use to water your garden.  Installation is free too.  What is not to like about that.

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Art Under the Trees

From Janet Bernstein of Friends of Overington Park:

Friends of Overington Park will host it’s Second Annual ‘Art Under the Trees’ event on Saturday September 17th from 12 to 3pm. There will be a children’s Chalk Art Contest, with prizes, Tree Identifying and Mapping for kids and adults who want to join in, Leaf related art projects and games, and refreshments! Please come out and join in the fun! The park is looking great this summer so there is lots of inspiration to get your artistic juices flowing. We found out over this summer that our trees date back to the Civil War era. We need to get them on the map. Can you guess what tree stood watch during 1861? Come out and find the answers. Hope to see you there!