Christmas Tree Habitat

Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2020 15:48:44 -0500
From: Daniel <dbuckles@sas2.net>

Wondering what to do with your Christmas tree? Instead of putting it out at the curb, “plant” it in your yard where it will become winter habitat for birds and other gentle creatures. In the spring move it to your compost pile, or recycle at that point. Keeps the good cheer close at hand too.

[Christmas Tree Standing in a Yard]

2014 CHAMPLAIN PARK GARDEN CLUB WREATH MAKING WORKSHOP

2013 Holiday Festyive Wreath Workshop

Holiday Festive Wreath making Workshop being offered by the Champlain Park Garden Club

 

(it will only take about an hour!)

Where: CHAMPLAIN PARK FIELD HOUSE
When:  SUNDAY DECEMBER 7, 2014
Time:    1:30 pm

Come and make your own beautiful fresh evergreen wreath.

2014-11-13 Christmas Wreath group picture

It’s made with a grapevine base (that you can use again) and massed with
5 kinds of evergreens, ilex berries and other greens like seeded eucalyptus.

 

 
All you need is a pair of garden snips (sharp) and a desire to create.

The cost is $25 for all supplies, and if you want to sign up please call:

Laurie Fagan 613-728-1945

2013 Holiday Festive Wreath making Workshop

2013 Holiday Festyive Wreath Workshop 2013 Holiday Festive Wreath making Workshop being offered by the Champlain Park Garden Club

Sunday December 1st at 1:00 p.m.

(it will only take about an hour )

Bring your garden gloves and hand garden snips and you’ll make a wreath using 5 fresh evergreens with ilex berries on a grapevine wreath.

The cost is $25 for all supplies, and if you want to sign up please call:

Laurie Fagan 613-728-1945