Welcome to the
Lititz Garden Club
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The purpose of the Lititz Garden Club is to bring people interested in gardening together in a fun and social atmosphere, to informally learn and share information about the art and science of gardening and related topics. Gardeners of all interests and experience levels are welcome! Activities include gardening programs/speakers, visits to local gardens and special projects/events.
In particular, the club encourages everyone to learn about, practice, and promote sustainable, wildlife-friendly
gardening practices, through the use of native plants and the elimination of pesticides.
The Lititz Garden Club is sponsored by the Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road in Lititz and meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m., with some exceptions. Generally, September-May meetings are held at the library and June/July/August meetings are reserved for visits to local gardens.
Come Grow With Us!
The Lititz Garden Club invites all people interested in gardening or learning about gardening and related topics to become a member. Potential members may attend a meeting and pay dues ($20 annually) to the membership committee (look for our table welcoming new members, members, and guests).
Membership benefits include:
Garden tours (warm months)
Fellowship with other local gardeners and like minded people
Membership booklet and list
Monthly email announcements and news
Donation to the Lititz Public Library for use of space and resources
Creating Year-Round Interest with Native Perennials
by Adam Barkafski, PSU Master Gardener
Rescheduled from Nov. 2022
Mulberry Trees & Lancaster's Silk Industry/Tree of Heaven's Better Angels
by Len Eiserer, The Tree Guy
Native Plants and Sustainable Gardening
by Lydia Martin, Volunteer with Lancaster Conservancy
Show, Tell and Share Roundtable Discussion
A social time to gather with refreshments
by Sinclair Adam, PSU Trial Gardens Director
6:30 pm at Luther Acres
Fall Planting of Bulbs and Spring Care
by Jay Good, Stauffer's of Kissel Hill
by Adam Barkafsky, PSU Master Gardener
Native American Uses of Plants
by Lisa Sanchez, Lancaster County Parks Naturalist
Holiday Gathering (members only)
Unless otherwise noted, programs are held at the Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz. They are free and open to the public. Preregistration appreciated by emailing email@example.com.
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