What's Happening in July at the GWC
Straw bale gardens, the ever-expanding view at Longview, and 500-year-old oaks! Only at the GWC!
At our July 17th meeting, the GWC presents Craig LeHoullier, Raleigh's own "Tomato Man," in a program that explains an exciting way to grow more vegetables using minimal space - cheaply! For those who want to get their hands in the dirt, our Club's ongoing Longview Service Project will continue to expand the view at the 100-year-old garden walk at Longview House. Everyone's welcome and it's a fun, large-scale gardening and socializing opportunity no GWC member will want to miss! Be there on July 21st! Finally, in this month's Clod-Hopper (see link above), Club President Paul Hoffman tells us about a North Carolina oak tree and garden that predate the Revolutionary War! Talk about some great ways to celebrate our nation's birth and heritage! If you're not already a member, c'mon! Join up! Just follow the handy link below to get in on the gardening fun!