Garden club holds April meeting


The Gallipolis Garden Club recently met at the Presbyterian Church in Gallipolis. Pictured is Carolyn Berry giving a club presentation.


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GALLIPOLIS — Carolyn Berry continued the Gallipolis Garden Club’s theme of “We Have Talent” by presenting the program on Walking the Walk at the club’s April meeting in the Presbyterian Church in Gallipolis.

Berry said that one needs to have a direct foot path to the yard and make a yellow brick road so owners and guests can enjoy the garden. She emphasized types of paths such as crushed stone, pea stone, pavers, stamped concrete, natural stones, brick or in the case of light foot traffic, grass. During the presentation she discussed the benefits and downfalls of each type of path. She also told the members that at some times flowers can be used to line the pathway. She presented pictures of each type of pathway. She encouraged all present to take their time, decide on which type they would want to install and enjoy.

The next meeting will be held on May 11. If individuals are interested in the activities of the club or would like to become a member please contact Club President Suzy Williams.

Submitted by Phyllis Mason.

The Gallipolis Garden Club recently met at the Presbyterian Church in Gallipolis. Pictured is Carolyn Berry giving a club presentation.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_IMG_0129.jpgThe Gallipolis Garden Club recently met at the Presbyterian Church in Gallipolis. Pictured is Carolyn Berry giving a club presentation. Courtesy

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