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2014 Plant Sale Poster



The following Photos were taken Wednesday, April 10th 2013 at the Issaquah Garden Club Luncheon Tea:





        







































The following are the addresses for our Issaquah Garden Club Projects:

Issaquah Care and Rehabilitation Center
Centerpieces
805 Front Street South
Issaquah, WA 98027

Issaquah Historical Museum
Gilman Town Hall
Native Plant Garden
165 S.E. Andrews
Issaquah, WA 98027

Native Plant Project
Bellevue Botanical Garden
12001 Main Street,
Bellevue, WA 98005

Issaquah Food Bank
Bring donations to club meetings
179 1st Ave. S.E.
Issaquah, WA 98027

Issaquah Valley Elementary Youth Gardening
Growing Great Gardeners - Edibles
555 N.W. Holly Street
Issaquah, WA 98027

Pickering Farm
"Willow Garden" reclamation
1730 - 10th Ave. N.W.
Issaquah, WA 98027


 
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Please click the link to view the New Ravine Garden Bridge Drawing.  Volunteers from Issaquah Garden Club along with other Garden Club Volunteers from ELWD planted native plants at the New Ravine Garden Bridge on Friday April 20th, 2012.
 
http://www.issaquahgardenclub.org/PDFs/bbg_ravine_garden_bridge_drawing2.pdf


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The Government Web Site for Deer is: http://wdfw.wa.gov/livingdeer

Black Tail Deer's main food is growing tips of shrubs and trees, grass, clover, other herbacious plants, fruits, nuts, acorns, lichens, fungi and crops.

If you have a problems with the Black Tail Deer eating plants and flowers in your garden or yard the following is several suggestions to do:

1)   7' or greater fence to keep them out.
2)   Deer Repellent - Several of these on the market.  A good one is "DeerAway" by Havahart..
3)   Homemade Deer Repellent Recipe"
      Mix in 1 gal. tank sprayer
      2 beaten & strained eggs (remove strings surrounding the yolks).
      1 cup of milk, yogurt, buttermilk, sour milk,or powdered milk.
      2 tsp. Tabasco sauce or carjenne pepper
      20 drops essential oil of clove, cinnamon or eucalyptus.
      1 tsp cooking oil or dormant oil
       1 tsp liquid dish soap

      Top off tank with water and pump it up.  Shake sprayer occasionally & mist onto dry foliage.  lasts 2-4 weeks in dry weather.
 

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    Work Party at Bellevue Botanical Garden on October 26, 2011




Issaquah Garden Club

The Issaquah Garden Club was formed in November 1928 and is one of the oldest garden clubs in the state. They participated in their first town clean-up in April 1929 and held their first flower show in June 1929. Members today still continue to contribute and participate in several civic development projects in Issaquah and the surrounding community. The Club featured a Dynamic Dainty Dimensions Flower Show, a Victory Garden Display and had sample containers of planted food gardens for Earth Day, April 18, 2009. The event was held at Pickering Barn

Photo Gallery from various group activities

     

Photos from IGC Garden ClubTour to Fancy Fronds Nursery, August 4, 2010


    



PhotoTaken at Bellevue Botanical Garden - Volunteers from various ELWD Garden Clubs, cleaning & weeding the Native Discovery Garden on August 6, 2010.

 



Photo Taken at September 8, 2010 Issaquah Garden Club meeting. Three Honorees - Joanne Dinken, June Willard and Agnes Schmoe.  They were given Floral Awards/ Bouquets honoring their years in Garden Club - collectively this is 118 years.





Photos taken at the Issaquah Garden Club Meeting and Flower Show - October 6, 2010.  
 
                                                                                       June Ann Hassebroek
                                                                                        Co-chair of the Flower Show
                                                                                   
                                                                                               
   Horticulture Exhibits

             
                                                                               
                                                                                  
                                                            Rita Hansen
                                                            Silver Award of Merit for Flowers of Joy


   The Four Judges: June Ann Hassebroak
June Willard, Janel Garnett and Sally Cadranell


                                                                                  
Joan Dinken - Silver Medal of Merit for Flowers of Peace