Holly Springs Garden Club  Holly Springs, North Carolina  
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You are invited to join us!

Anyone can join ... no experience necessary. The Holly Springs Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of each month to gain information from experts in the field, swap plants, and share "green thumb" tips with beginning and long time gardeners. Visitors are welcome to attend two meetings free before becoming a member. Annual membership dues are $25.00 per person or $30 per family.  Activities include educational events, plant exchanges, field trips, and community gardening projects. Monthly Meeting  Second Wednesday of the Month Meeting Time 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Meeting Location   Bass Lake Park Conference Room 900 Bass Lake Road Holly Springs, NC 27540 (Note: Sometimes we meet in other locations, please check this page each month for current meeting information.)  

How To Grow Flowers in the Winter

P. Allen Smith is one of America's most recognized and respected design experts, providing ideas and inspiration through multiple media venues. In this video, Allen shows how easy it is to grow a paper white narcissus bulb in your home during the winter, including specific tips on starting the bulb, temperature, and how to store the bulbs. With his warm Southern charm, Allen’s mission is to connect with people, cultivate health and mindfulness, and ultimately inspire others to live a more natural life.
Next Meeting  January 10 Wednesday 7pm  Topic:  Succulent Plants Speaker: Susan Rollins, Fairview Garden Center Susan was raised on the property that the garden center now occupies, where they had a small farm and large garden. She started working in the business at its beginning during high school and later attended NCSU and received a degree in flower and nursery crop technology.