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Rosa 'Parole'
Grown and photographed by
Chuck Baumrucker

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Meeting every second Tuesday of each month
from September through May.

10:00 AM
Cumming Garden Club - Morning
Cumming Baptist Church
115 Church Street
Cumming, Georgia

7:00 PM
Cumming Garden Club - Evening
(a Grand Gardener organization)
Christ the King Lutheran Church
1125 Bettis Tribble Gap Road
Cumming, Georgia

In our organization we desire to improve our gardening and horticultural techniques, study the art of floral design and participate in the conservation of our natural resources, all the while enjoying and promoting fellowship among our membership. Members are encouraged to be active participants in order to enrich their club experience.

We invite you to join us in our endeavors.

Our usual program for October will be cancelled 
so that members can take part in
the Laurel District fall meeting.

(See below)

Celebrating Georgia Harvest

56th Annual Laurel District Meeting
October 14, 2014 - 10 a.m.

Hosted by the
Garden Club Council of Cherokee County

Canton First United Methodist Church

930 Lower Scott Mill Rd., Canton, GA 30115

Luncheon Speaker:
Arty Schronce
Georgia Department
of Agriculture

Honored Guest:
Suzanne Wheeler
President, The Garden Club
of Georgia, Inc.

*Registration deadline
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014
Click this link for registration form.

Member Ponds

Summer Photos


                                        Mystery Plant

                                                      What is it?

See answer on
Programs page

Mystery plants are
encountered by
Cumming Garden Club members
and presented to
CGC Master Gardeners
for identification

Photographed by Heidi Stuckman


Be a "Friend" to your local botanical gardens, nature centers and state parks
by becoming a member or making a donation. See North Georgia links below:

The State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Georgia Perimeter College Botanical Garden
Elachee Nature Center
Georgia State Parks
Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Click on the links below to view informative gardening websites:

Fine Gardening Magazine
Georgia Gardening Magazine

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