Knox County Fair Flower Show Schedule : kc2016 fair
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KNOX COUNTY GARDEN CLUBS LISTING
|Apple Valley Garden Club 963-7|
3rd Wed. 9:30 AM
481 Greenlawn Dr.
Howard, OH 43028
|Fredericktown Garden Club 179-7|
4th Tuesday 1:00 PM
4 Longitude Drive
Mount Vernon, OH
|Nature Lovers Garden Club 376-7|
2nd Tuesday 1:30 PM
3 Delaware Dr.
Fredericktown, OH 43019
|New Shoots Garden Club 382-7|
4th Thursday 7:00 PM
|Jo Ann Graham
12515 Pleasant Valley Road
Mt. Vernon, OH 43050-9145
|North Liberty Garden Club 390-7|
2nd Thur. (times vary)
20301 Upper Fredericktown-Amity Rd.
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
|Tan and Toil Garden Club 877-7|
2nd Thursday 1:15 PM
1 Honorary Member
3369 Twp Rd 629
|Town & Country Garden Club 532-7|
1st Friday Noon
14 Fox Chase Rd
Mount Vernon, OH
SPRING MEETING - 2012
Knox County Garden Club Members met April 16 for the 2012 Spring Meeting. Acovered dish dinner was enjoyed by all! Audrey Spearman conducted the business meeting. Kudos go to her and all the people who helped her put on a wonderful meeting!!!
A highlight of the evening was the very informational and entertaining demonstration on arranging some of the newer style arrangements.
The second part of the program was presented by Pat Wells, another well-known OAGC Judge from Region 7 demonstrated the Mono-Botanic design. This design uses any part of a specified genus to create the arrangement. One arrangement was done with beautiful roses then converted with a focal point being yellow delicious apples. See pics on our Facebook page. Link to Facebook on Home page.
|SPRING Meeting 2011
The Knox County Association of Garden Clubs had their annual spring meeting and smorgasbord on April 11 At Floral Valley.
Guest speaker was Heather Doherty, program manager at The Brown Family Environmental Center at Kenyon College. She told members about the mission of the Center, which is to engage Central Ohioans of all ages with nature.
The Center has almost 500 acres and 8 miles of trails. It conducts program for the public, hosts school field trips and encourages outdoor fitness by sponsoring runs. It seeks to conserve natural spaces; conserve natural diversity by removing invasive plants, restoring woodlands, planting wildlife gardens filled with native plants, and erecting bluebird houses.
Heather also talked about native plants. She defined native plants as those that originated in the Midwest region. Some non-natives have been around so long that we consider them native; i.e. Queen Anne’s lace, mullin, dock, chicory, plantain and dame’s rocket. Some of these are not invasive so we tolerate and usually welcome them in yards and fields. Some of the invasive non-native plants are multiflora rose, privet, amur honeysuckle, garlic mustard and Japanese barberry.
She suggested the following as good substitutes for these unwelcome plants; highbush bluberry, serviceberry, viburnums, inkberry, winterberry, spicebush, wild ginger, phlox, liatris, New England aster, beebalm, coneflower and butterfly weed.
| A flower show, “The Colors of Spring” was a feature of the meeting. The first place winners in each class (pictured above) are as follows:
Class 1—April Snow. Debbie Hurlbert of Apple Valley Garden Club
Class 2—Think Pink. Debbie Hurlbert of Apple Valley Garden Club
Class 3—Mellow Yellow. Debbie Hurlbert of Apple Valley Garden Club
Class 4—Colors of Spring. Mary Scott of New Shoots Garden Club
Best of Show—Mary Scott, with her arrangement of daffodils in a gathering basket.
|DAN EMMETT FLOWER SHOW Pictures - August, 2010
|Many beautiful arrangements were entered. See below for pics.
Thanks to our sponsors who help to make this show such a success each year.
Sponsors: Living Center, Big Run Perennials, Country Colors Greenhouse, Flowers For You, Glass Gardens Greenhouse, Williams Flowers, Windy Hill Nursery, Paul's Flowers, Flowers For You
| Adult Best of Show Amateur |
Adult Most Creative
|Adult Best of Show Professional