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Support the Redding Garden Club!

Join us for our Annual Spring Plant Sale Saturday, May 7, 202, 9am - 1pm at the Redding Historical Society, 43 Lonetown Road, Redding CT. You'll find a wonderful selection of annuals, perrenials, native plants, and veggies, plus plants donated by Garden Club members. (So you know they'll do well here!) Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions, and you're invited to shop our garden-themed tag sale, Second Hand Rose. This is a community event where you can meet and get to know other local non-profit orginizations that support and enhance our community, such as Highstead, New Pond Farm, and Norwalk River Valley Trail.

 

This is the Club's major fundraiser of the year. Proceeds support our civic beautification efforts and educational programs. Please come out and support us! We hope to see you there!

 

For the most up to date info, join our Redding Garden Club Facebook Group, where you can ask questions, find answers, and meet a terrific community of fellow gardeners.

 



Invasive Vines Alert for Monarch Butterflies


Two invasive vines —
black swallow-wort and pale swallow-wort — are affecting our Monarch butterfly. The female Monarch is laying her eggs on the toxic vines called black and pale swallow-wort.  The vines are toxic to the eggs and are harmful when eaten. Read and download more information:

 


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Click here to see a list of Deer Resistant Plants


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