The Dade City Garden Club recently celebrated National Garden Week, with a variety of activities in Dade City.
The club received a proclamation from the Dade City Commission in May, asking the club to share their knowledge with Dade City residents.
In response, the garden club set up 21 floral displays and three conservation exhibits in 17 Dade City businesses, according to a news release from the Dade City Garden Club.
The exhibits were “Storm Water Runoff,” “Plight of Springs” and “Threats to our State Parks,” the release says.
The floral displays were placed at Hugh Embry Library, Peterson Insurance, Centennial Bank, Historic Courthouse, Matter of Taste, City Hall/Exhibit, Kiefer’s, Center State Bank, Williams Lunch on Limoges, Nye Commercial, Wells Fargo/Exhibit, Pioneer Museum/Exhibit, Sun Coast, Garden of Eden, The Custom Frame Shop, Law Office of Sarah Sultenfuss, and Law Office of Laurie R. Chane, the release said.
The club also hosted a free “Nature Detective” workshop at the library.
And, it hosted an open house on June 9 from 9 a.m. to noon, where they showcased all of the floral designs and exhibits that have been at area businesses.
The club’s historic ornaments also were on display. The club has created 24 ornaments since 1994.
Club members also were on hand to give garden tours and answer questions.
Light refreshments were served.
Published July 11, 2018