President's Message | february 2015

Same Page, Different Book

As frequently happens around our house we agree on a plan, just not it’s implementation. I refer to it as our “same page, different book mode.” Take for example our recent compost
adventures. While we were agreed that the compost needed to be spread, my thought was to move things out-of-the-way before we dumped it. Chris, on the other hand, thought we
should dump it in the general locations to get it off the driveway. So a few things got buried (flagstones, statues, plants). Of course, if it was left up to me it might be next year by the time I got around to spreading it, but at least it would’ve been done neat and tidy. The most important thing is to just do it. Get out and get dirty. You may not really be ready, but you can change your mind half way through or flip a coin as to how to get started. Just get out and plant something.


Hope to see you at our upcoming up-potting events as we get ready for another growing season and plant sale.



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Important Dates

We meet on the fourth Monday of each month, 7:30 pm at the Brentwood Community Methodist Church,
809 Second Street in Brentwood.

Board Meetings are held on the first Tuesday, (after the first Monday),
of each month in the Fireside Room.

General Meetings
February 23—DIG Panel Discussion
March 23
April 27

Board Meetings
March 3
April 7
May 5

Propagation Workshop

Please join us Saturday, February 14, as we move our operations to Wolfe Ranch. Check your Weeder  for more information. See LOCATIONSfor more information.


2015 Annual-Perennial Plant Sale
May 9, 2015
 | 
Wolfe Ranch

DELTA INFORMAL GARDENERS (DIG)

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dig panel discussion | February 23rd meeting

Bring your gardening questions and comment to the next meeting!

Come and join in the discussion with our DIG panel experts. Bring in your questions about plants and plant problems. Do you have a plant that needs identifying? Do you have a plant that’s diseased and you don’t know what to do? Bring in a sample. Do you
have soil problems or want to get rid of your lawn? Did you have a good experience growing vegetables last year? Come with your questions, comments and garden experience to share with other DIG members. This will be a great opportunity learn from DIG’s many talented gardeners.

Order your dig apparel before the big sale in May!

Look great and be recognized as a Club Member

Pat will be accepting orders for personalized items at the next DIG meeting. Be sure to order your Shirt or Apron early so you'll have it for the sale in May. You'll find an order form attached below.  (order form will be posted soon.)