The Daffodil is sometimes described as a symbol of hope and rebirth. Our March program will focus on this lovely bloom, as our special guest, Seabrook resident, Julie Minch, will facilitate a “Daffodil 101” program. You will learn the basics of daffodil terminology, identification, and characteristics. Additionally, you will learn how to plant them, what supplies are needed, and why to plant them.
Julie has been an esteemed, accredited judge for the American Daffodil Society in the United States for the past 17 years. Traveling up and down the East Coast, she is a frequent guest speaker at garden clubs, and serves as a judge at many daffodil shows. She encourages us to visit the American Daffodil Society website, for lots of helpful information. Join us for this lovely and informative presentation.
When: Friday March 11, 2022; Arrival and refreshments start at 9:00 am followed by a brief business meeting at 9:45 am and then at 10:00 am, the presentation with Q&A
Where: Oyster Catcher Community Center
Presenter: Julie Minch, American Daffodil Society Judge
*Non-Garden Club Members may attend for a $5 donation.
(Reminder – For SIPOA facilities, face masks are required for individuals in indoor settings where people will be gathered for periods longer than 15 minutes and where six feet or more of separation cannot be maintained. Thank you for your cooperation.
The ’21-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club focuses on those who have an active interest in horticulture and artistic design, community beautification, ecology and philanthropy.
The 2021-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club: Let’s talk some dirt!
-Submitted by Beth Wright, Seabrook Island Garden Club Publicity
(Image credit: SI Garden Club)