Group ‘explores’ Philly’s flowers


Gallipolis Garden Club members Maxie Oliver, Remy Simon and Sara Spurlock recently attended the Philadelphia Flower Show. Also in attendance was Pamela Schatz, OAGC Region 11 director and member of Chester Garden Club in Meigs County. The theme for this year was “Explore America: 100 Years of the National Park Service.” The 2016 competition displays covered landscape, educational, display gardens, floral exhibitions from Japan and floral designers from five of the national parks, as well as plant societies and exhibitions.


Gallipolis Garden Club members Maxie Oliver, Remy Simon and Sara Spurlock recently attended the Philadelphia Flower Show. Also in attendance was Pamela Schatz, OAGC Region 11 director and member of Chester Garden Club in Meigs County. The theme for this year was “Explore America: 100 Years of the National Park Service.” The 2016 competition displays covered landscape, educational, display gardens, floral exhibitions from Japan and floral designers from five of the national parks, as well as plant societies and exhibitions.

Gallipolis Garden Club members Maxie Oliver, Remy Simon and Sara Spurlock recently attended the Philadelphia Flower Show. Also in attendance was Pamela Schatz, OAGC Region 11 director and member of Chester Garden Club in Meigs County. The theme for this year was “Explore America: 100 Years of the National Park Service.” The 2016 competition displays covered landscape, educational, display gardens, floral exhibitions from Japan and floral designers from five of the national parks, as well as plant societies and exhibitions.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_PhillyFlower1.jpgGallipolis Garden Club members Maxie Oliver, Remy Simon and Sara Spurlock recently attended the Philadelphia Flower Show. Also in attendance was Pamela Schatz, OAGC Region 11 director and member of Chester Garden Club in Meigs County. The theme for this year was “Explore America: 100 Years of the National Park Service.” The 2016 competition displays covered landscape, educational, display gardens, floral exhibitions from Japan and floral designers from five of the national parks, as well as plant societies and exhibitions.
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