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Horticulture

The Horticulture Committee’s purpose is to promote the art of cultivating plants in gardens for food, medicinal, comfort and ornamental purposes with a special emphasis on Hawaii’s native plants. The ‘Hort Honeys’ show us responsible ways to plant, propagate, grow and show through speakers, workshops and holoholo.

COMING UP NEXT

WORKSHOPS

Learn the “How-Tos” of Top Dressing and Grooming for Flower Shows

on November 18th from 9:30 to 11:30
at Jean Abbott’s home 250 Wailupe Circle
Led by Moira Knox and Gail Hutchinson
Sign up with Jean Kellerman: jkellerman41@gmail.com
Participation is limited to 25

Creating a Circular Succulent Garden

In April from 9:30 to 11:30
at Lisa Seller’s home 118 Wailupe Circle
Led by Margaret Mortz and Paulette Stone
Details Forthcoming

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

February 9, 2021 GMM meeting Program Speaker
 Taylor Kellerman, Director of Diversified Agriculture and Land Stewardship
Creating a Sustainable Model for Diversified Agriculture and Land Stewardship

HOLOHOLO

Holoholo to  Kako’o’Oiwi Restorations project in He’eia in Janaury
Holoholo to Kualoa Ranch on Thursday, March 3, 2022

STEPPING STONES

ULU Cooking Class at Lyon Arboretum March 25, 2022

WHAT'S BEEN HAPPENING

RESOURCES

The Garden Club of Honolulu has seven approved Horticulture Judges, each a fabulous horticulture resource for our members: Stephanie Hee, Phyllis Lee, Emmy Seymour, Paulette Stone, Priscilla Growney, and Sue Girton (Emerita). Lisa Cavanah Wagenar is a Prospective Judge and Margaret Mortz is a Candidate Judge.

Committee Chair: Jean Kellerman

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