The Port St. Joe Garden Club ("PSJGC") held its May members' meeting on May 10. This is the last members meeting of this fiscal year. A delicious catered luncheon was provided to members and guests by Catering Connections. As it was the last meeting of the year, no official program was presented. However, PSJGC member Carol Weber provided an informative talk on horticulture. In addition to suggesting plants that do well in the hot Florida summers Ms. Weber discussed the Asian citrus psyllid insect. The bacteria carried by this insect can cause citrus greening, a serious citrus plant disease. The President, Sue Meyer, gave a report on the 92nd Florida Federation Garden Club Convention, held April 22-24 in St. Augustine., which she and three other PSJGC members attended. The convention program was outstanding. Ms. Meyer said she thought the discussions on Awards and Membership were most informative for the PSJGC. The program Ms. Meyer enjoyed the most was was on the topic of organic gardening and was conducted by Ms. Bonnie Satterthwaite, the Territory Sales Manager for Espoma. Although, the PSJGC is beginning its summer hiatus we are busy preparing for our Flower Show, June 9, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. ET at 216 8th Street, Port St. Joe. The Flower Show is free and is open to the public- we hope to see you there.