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- June 7, 2023 | 12:00 AM330 W Butterfield Rd, Elmhurst, IL 60126, USA
- July 12, 2023 | 12:00 AM330 W Butterfield Rd, Elmhurst, IL 60126, USA
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- “Every gardener know that under the cloak of winter lies a miracle.”
As we transition from the joys of Autumn to the winter holidays, open your senses and enjoy the contributions of plants to the beauty of the holiday season.
- DIVIDE AND CONQUER (your perennials)
Are you like me? You know your beautiful, reliable perennials need to be divided but you aren't sure how to do that? You are even a little nervous that you might kill them in the process? Our plant experts are here to rescue you! Read up on the best way to divide your plants and then check out the timetable guidelines for when different plants need to be divided.
- The Heat is On!
We are currently experiencing unusually hot weather for this early in the summer. Your garden plants may need some extra TLC during this hot dry period. Check out this link for great tips on how to keep your plants happy! https://mrplantgeek.com/2018/07/13/gardening-in-hot-weather-tips/
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- Home | CrestviewGardenClub
Decorate Your Life With Plants! About Us The Crestview Garden Club combines experienced and new gardeners focused on our mission to encourage the love of horticulture and gardening by educating our members and our community. Latest News Make your shopping list now for the best value plant sale in the area! Download the complete list here or just take a look at the categories and varieties that we will be selling. Sun Plants Allium 'Summer Beauty' Aster tartaricus 'Jin Dai' Daylily 'Davidson Update' Echinacea 'PowWow White Echinacea 'PowWow Wildberry' Echinacea 'Milkshake' Eupatorium aromaticum 'Joicus' (variegata joe pye weed) Geum triflorum (prairie smoke) Iris 'Meadow Lark' (miniature tall bearded) Iris 'Sans Souci' (miniature tall bearded) Iris virginica var shrevei (southern blue flag) Liatris spicata 'Alba'(white flowewring gayfeather) Liatris spicata (gayfeather) Lychnis coronaria (rose campion) Lysimachia puntata 'Alexander' (vareigated yellow loosestrife) Penstemon 'Dark Towers' Penstemon hirsutus (Hairy beardtongue) Persicaria polymorpha (giant fleedflower) Rudbeckia fulgida (black eyed susan) Sedum 'Brilliant' Tradescantia 'Sweet Kate' (yellow spiderwort) Shade PLANTS Anthyrium nipponicum (Japanese painted fern) Aquiligea alpina (dwarf columbine) Astilbe 'Erika' Brunnera mycrophylla (false forget me nots) Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips' (turtlehead) Digitalis grandiflora (yellow foxglove) Dryopteris erythrosora "Brilliance' (autumn fern) Gentiana andrewsii (bottle gentian) Heucheras (coral bells) Epimedium alpinum (Bishop's Hat) Hyacinthoides hispanica (Spanish bluebells) Lobelia siphylitica (great blue lobelia) Matteuccia struthiopteri (ostrich fern) Myosotis sylvatica (woodland forget me nots) Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Niger' (black mondo grass) Stylophorum diphyllum (celedine poppy) HOSTA Baby Booties' (miniature) Big Daddy Blue Cadet Blue Mouse Ears (miniature) Golden Tiara Gold Standard Potomac Pride Puddles & Bumps Queen Josephine Undulata albomarginata Undulata mediovariegata Venusta (miniature) Plantagenia 'Elegans' PLANTS THAT attract Bees and Hummingbirds Agatache 'Blue Fortune' Anthemum graveolens (dill) (larval food) Asclepius incarnata (swamp milkweed) (larval food) Asclepius speciosa (showy milkweed) (larval food) Aster laevis (smooth blue aster) (larval food) Ceanothus americanus (New Jersey tea) (larval food) Foeniculum vulgare (bronze fennel) (larval food) Hosta lancifolia Lobelia cardinalis 'Queen Victoria' (cardinal flower) Lantana (blooms yellow) Liatris liguistylis (Blazing Meadow Star) Phlox paniculata 'David' Rudbeckia lancinata (cutleaf coneflower) Saliva 'Black & Blue' Salvia 'Skyscraper Orange' Seline regia (catchfly) Zizia aurea (golden alexander) (larval food) Herbs and veggies Allium schoenoprasum alba (white flowering chives) Anthemum graveolens (dill) Helen's greek basil Foeniculum vulgare (bronze fennel) Lavender 'Super Blue' Oregano Ribes rubrum (red currant) Rubus (thornless blackberry) Strawberry 'Ozark Beauty' Satureja montana (winter savory) Tarragon Tomato 'Early Girl Tomato 'Sugar Sun' Tomato 'Sweet n Neat Yellow' Thyme (English) Let Crestview Garden Club of Elmhurst help you get your garden growing! Our 2023 Plant Sale, held this year on Saturday, May 20th, will feature over 1,000 shade and sun-loving perennials, herbs, native plants, plants for pollinators, trees, shrubs, and more! Get advice from experienced garden club members and check out wonderful garden products from local vendors. Proceeds go to support our mission of encouraging and supporting horticulture and to donations to local horticultural organizations. Our sale starts at 8:30 am sharp at The Depot at Wild Meadows Trace on York Road in Elmhurst. Sale ends at 1 pm or when we run out of plants, so come on time for the best selection. Crestview Garden Club Celebrates Giving Back to our Community Our members are proud to provide monetary support to local groups during this holiday season, Member Andrine Keeley presents club donation to Glenbard Transitional High School Greenhouse. Member Rosalie Ward presents club donation to Heaven and Earth Growers EPC Garden/ Food Pantry. Members Rosalie Ward and Andrine Keeley present a club donation to the Great Western Prairie. Seasonal Plants
- Newsletters | CrestviewGardenClub
Files & Folders Item name Last updated Views Favorites Contributors Executive Committee Meeting Minutes 7 items can access Jan 30, 2023 4 Joanne Tyree Item File March 2023 CGC Newsletter PDF.pdf 2.46 MB Mar 21, 2023 0 Joanne Tyree Item File February 2023 CGC Newsletter PDF.pdf 2.51 MB Feb 17, 2023 5 Joanne Tyree Item File Jan 20 2023 Member Roster-1 PDF.pdf 46.85 KB Jan 25, 2023 3 Joanne Tyree Item File January 2023 CGC Newsletter PDF.pdf 12.98 MB Jan 19, 2023 2 Joanne Tyree Item File Dec 20 2022 Member Roster-1 PDF.pdf 47.11 KB Dec 21, 2022 2 Joanne Tyree Item File December CGC Newsletter Final PDF.pdf 9.94 MB Dec 21, 2022 2 Joanne Tyree Item File November 13 2022 CGC Newsletter PDF.pdf 3.27 MB Nov 17, 2022 2 Joanne Tyree Item File Nov 13 2022 Member Roster-1.pdf 46.92 KB Nov 17, 2022 1 Joanne Tyree Item File CGC 2023 Speaker Calendar Members 1116 PDF.pdf 100.08 KB Nov 17, 2022 4 Joanne Tyree Item File Crestview Garden Club 2022 Holiday Party .pdf 2.87 MB Oct 14, 2022 4 Joanne Tyree Item File October 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter 51722 .pdf 554.87 KB Oct 14, 2022 5 Joanne Tyree Item File September 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter PDF - please also download 2023 Committees.pdf 186.92 KB Sep 19, 2022 3 Joanne Tyree Item File beth botts handout .pdf 269.59 KB Sep 19, 2022 1 Joanne Tyree Item File 2023 GARDEN CLUB COMMITTEES Descriptions PDF.pdf 75.9 KB Sep 19, 2022 2 Joanne Tyree Item File Aug 22 2022 Member Roster-1 PDF Member Roster.pdf 60.59 KB Aug 23, 2022 2 Joanne Tyree Item File August 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter PDF.pdf 205.72 KB Aug 18, 2022 2 Joanne Tyree Item File July 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter 51722 PDF .pdf 239.07 KB Jul 18, 2022 5 Joanne Tyree Item File June2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter FINAL PDF .pdf 238.87 KB Jun 21, 2022 6 Joanne Tyree Item File Best New Plants Kim Hartmann 2022 (1).ppsx 7.54 MB May 24, 2022 1 Joanne Tyree Item File May 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter 51722 PDF .pdf 5.05 MB May 24, 2022 0 Joanne Tyree Item File April 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter FINAL PDF .pdf 190.39 KB Apr 19, 2022 3 Joanne Tyree Item File March 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter.pdf 193.23 KB Apr 19, 2022 4 Joanne Tyree Item File February 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter.pdf 235.18 KB Apr 19, 2022 0 Joanne Tyree Item File January 2022 Crestview Garden Club Newsletter.pdf 213.4 KB Apr 19, 2022 1 Joanne Tyree Item
- Join the Club! | CrestviewGardenClub
Join our Club! JOIN US! BECOME A MEMBER! The Crestview Garden Club of Elmhurst welcomes new members at any time. Join us to share your love of gardening and to learn from expert speakers at every meeting! Our meetings take place at the Community Bank of Elmhurst, 330 W. Butterfield Rd./2nd Floor, Elmhurst, IL 60126. Membership Benefits Monthly speakers and workshops Field trips Benefit from the knowledge of experienced gardeners Connect with others who are gardeners Monthly club newsletter Mentors support new members Membership in the Garden Club of Illinois and a subscription to Garden Glories magazine Community involvement Volunteer activities Fundraising to support local community needs Support annual plant sale from your garden Teaches your family to grow a garden Holiday party Annual Membership Fee Individual: $20 or Family: $30 Members do not have to be an Elmhurst resident Club open to men and women Ways to Join Click the button below to download our membership form and instructions. OR Attend one of our monthly meetings and sign up at the door Sign up at our Annual Plant Sale on May 14th! Club Committees JOIN US! BECOME A MEMBER! All members are expected to sign up for at least one of the committees and help with the annual plant sale in May. There are many ways to offer your expertise, learn new skills while supporting the club and build fellowship with members. Standing Committees Finance Member Relations Programs Publicity/Press Pot Luck Holiday Party Field Trips Newsletter Historian/Photographer Meeting Set Up Calling Tree Plant Sale Planning Christmas Tree Ornaments/Wilder Park