A perfect autumn was the perfect ingredient for the May meeting of the Parkes Garden Club held at Norma and Barry Garment's park-like garden in Tanks Lane, Parkes.
The theme of the meeting was 'Pick and Pot' where members were able to wander around the garden and take cuttings from the wide array of plants, generously made available by the garments.
The hosts also provided everything needed to pot the chosen plants.
Members were encouraged to take something for themselves and also nurture some plants for the Garden Club stall being held in conjunction with Que Club's Gardens and Galleries event in October.
Roses and chrysanthemums were in abundance for the Flower of the Month competition and in a close decision, Anne Wright's beautiful Melinda Gainsford rose was judged best on the day.
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Members are reminded that the June club meeting has been cancelled.
Bob Blatch, who was to be the guest presenter, is an expert in planting cuttings and seeds by the phases of the moon and will join us at another time.
The club's July meeting will be held in the Anglican Hall in Church Street on Saturday, July 10 at 2pm.
Aboriginal artist Cheree Stokes is the guest speaker.
For further enquiries contact president Pat Talbot on 0412 087 995 or secretary Norma Garment on 0409 622 888.
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