SI Garden Club Meeting: From Yard Debris to Holiday Treasure December 4

It’s December and you want to make a beautiful arrangement, right now, but don’t want to travel half the day to a craft store or wait for an online order to come in. Don’t wait, go outside! Find out how during The Seabrook Island Garden Club Zoom meeting on December 4, 2020 in the presentation “From Yard Debris to Holiday Treasure” with our fellow Garden Club member and Master Gardener, Deb Duerr. There will be a short business meeting at 9:45 am and Deb will start her presentation at 10:00 am.

Deb will show us a recently crafted video and online demonstration creating several holiday centerpieces and a big container arrangement using greens from her yard and around the island. 

This is a not-to-miss event! Not a member yet? Join the garden club by emailing us at After you join, we will send you a Zoom link a few days before the December 4 meeting.
Deb’s background is very impressive. She went to the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, worked in the Art Department of Bell Labs and then moved on to learn about master gardeners at the Philadelphia Flower Show, the nation’s largest and longest-running horticultural event. Then she completed the Master Gardener course at Rutgers, interned at the NJ Arboretum learning pruning, worked for a landscape architect, started her own business as a personal gardener and private estate manager in Pennsylvania, received her MG certification from Penn State, did an advanced training internship in greenhouse management, and then…retired & moved to South Carolina and got Clemson’s SC MG certification! Wow! We are so lucky to have her!

The club has many exciting events planned for our 2020-2021 season. If you have an active interest in horticulture and artistic design, community beautification, ecology and philanthropy, the Seabrook Island Garden Club is the place for you. Looking for more answers or ideas? Access our brand new blog by clicking here.

“The 2020-21 Seabrook Island Garden Club: More for Your Membership”

-Submitted by Cindy Zock, Seabrook Island Garden Club

(Image credit: SI Garden Club)

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