Entries Categorized as 'flowers/garden photos'

November Meeting 2015

February 4, 2016

The Mystic Garden Club Members were pleased to welcome Marna Ringel to our November meeting. She gave an excellent flower demonstration & presentation on her new Christmas designs. While some may call her designs a “think out of the box” style she really based her approach on incorporating unusual flowers with a strong color palette. […]

Another beautiful blooming pot of spring colors, thanks Karin!

March 11, 2014

September 2013 Meeting at the Florence Griswold Museum

October 15, 2013

  Our September 2013 Mystic Garden Club Meeting was at the lovely Florence Griswold Museum for a garden & art tour. The Hospitality Committee served a lovely lunch complete with their own whimsical table top designs. Hats off to the gals on the Committee for a classy event. [slideshow_deploy id=’1323′]           […]

Kentford Farm Visit

June 3, 2013

On my way to Pequot Plant Farm on Sunday I noticed the “Open Garden” sign on Rt 184 for Kentford Farm.  Dear Reader, I confess I have passed this sign many times and not stopped, this was an extreme oversight on my part. To quote from their website: “Kentford Farm is a perennial garden located in […]

Landscape Architect Peter Cummin to Speak at LaGrua Feb 17, 5pm

February 13, 2013

March 23, 2011

Cacti and Succulents A Special Presentation by Arthur Scarpa March 2011 Meeting World-renowned expert in cacti and succulent plants, Arthur Scarpa, brought a collection of unusual plants from his greenhouses at Tower Hill in Boylston, MA, for an inspiring presentation at our March meeting.  Shown here are but a few examples of these diverse plants: […]

Nesting Dove

April 21, 2010

As we wlked into Connie B’s home for our board meeting we were greeted by a dove nesting in her forsythia wreath!

Spring must be right around the corner!

March 9, 2010

Forcing Bulbs Indoors

February 24, 2010

    Hyacinths, narcissus & daffodils brighten up these winter days.

Exotic Passion Flower in Mystic

July 21, 2009

Pam Arguelles snapped this photo of her first Passion Flower.  This very exotic tropical plant has a dozen more buds.  It is a fascinating and beautiful flower.  The size and structure of flowers of other Passiflora species is optimized for pollination by hummingbirds.  The fruit of the plant is the passion fruit.  Hundreds of hybrids have […]