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The Mount Laurel Garden Club was organized in 1964, and is committed to civic and community projects.
Membership is open to both residents and non residents who are interested in horticulture and/or flower arranging. Active participation in club projects is required.
See this page for information on some of the plants sold at our plant sales: PLANT LABELS
HAVE A GARDENING QUESTION? Call your local Master Gardener!
For Burlington County, NJ it is 609-265-5050 Mon-Fri - 9am-12noon EST
2014 - 2015 Officers
President - Eileen McSparran
1st Vice President - Edie Abers
2nd Vice President - Arlene Giglio
Treasurer - Joan O'Leary
Recording Secretary - Betty Simon
Corresponding Sec - Irene Clarke
There are so many beautiful coleus plants! Many are in our
Here is information on COLEUS in our members collection. If you didn't get what you wanted in this year's plant sale, look for them next year. If there is one you especially like, let us know and we'll try to make more cuttings of it. If you prefer more than just a thumbnail view, see COLEUS IN THE YARD|
Click here, to see our "Member Recommended" List of Native Plants, by sun and by shade.
One native shrub that you may not know is snowberry. It provides nice dark green foliage spring through fall and white flowers tinged with pink in the spring. The real show is the waxy-white berries that give this bush its name and provide food for many species of game birds from fall into winter. The fruit, or berries, of the native snowberry, also known as ice apple, Symphoricarpus albus, is enjoyed by pheasant, grouse, quail and other birds as well. Symphoricarpos is a member of the Honeysuckle family, Caprifoliaceae. This genus of plants is known collectively as snowberry. S. albus (alba), common snowberry, is native to the eastern half of the United States.
Goals of our Club
- To stimulate an appreciation of plants.
- Aid in the improvement of home gardening.
- Encourage civic planting.
- Promote the artistic use of flowers in the home.
- Provide a scholarship to a Mount Laurel resident who is a member of the current graduating class.
- Develop an awareness of and concern for environmental problems.
Making wreaths to put on community buildings for the holidays.
The November Luncheon Fund Raiser was a huge success and everyone loved the fashion show. President Eileen McSparran models a creation from Chico's Marlton store.
Click Here for more pictures of the luncheon
And check back later for more.
Officers for the 2014-2015 year were sworn in at the June Meeting: Corresponding Sec, Irene Clarke - Pres., Eileen McSparran - 1st VP, Edie Abers, - 2nd VP (not shown Arlene Giglio), Secretary Betty Simon - Treasurer, Joan O'Leary