PSJ Garden Club news
The Port St. Joe Garden Club will hold its next meetings on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. ET at the newly restored Garden Center located at 216 Eighth Street. Liz Sparks, the Florida Wildflower Foundation’s liaison to the Florida Department of Transportation, will present a program entitled Why Wildflowers Matter Along Roadsides and in Your Home Landscape. Ms. Sparks will also offer practical advice about how to conserve habitat and attract colorful pollinators to your garden. This informative program is open to the public and the invitation extends to our winter visitors as well! Since the garden club continues to support the local food pantry, please remember to contribute an item of nonperishable food. Nonmembers should RSVP by calling 630-269-6726.
The Port St. Joe Garden Club aims to foster and encourage horticulture and conservation of soil and natural resources. Furthermore, the club engages in community and civic projects which have as their goal the beautification of Gulf County and other areas. Currently members are having three Blue Star markers refinished to honor to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Please contact club president Nancy Edwards at 707-713-3267 for club related information and Sue Meyer 513-504-1679 for details regarding the rental of our lovely historic venue at 216 Eighth Street.