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Sun Lakes Garden Club

Members of the Sun Lakes Garden Club work on the Chapel garden.

The topic for our April program is “Low Water Gardens Can be More Than Rocks and Cactus.” Cathy Rymer, Water Conservation Coordinator for the City of Chandler, will be our speaker. She is a Master Gardener and has been gardening in the East Valley for many years. She will show us how to have a…

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Kevin Dahl

Pauline Lee Want to grow plants that have been used for centuries, from melon (Tohono O’odham yellow, crisp and sweet watermelon) to basket-making (from fibrous devil’s claw pods) and candy (made with amaranth seeds, popped and mixed with honey)? Come and learn in the March meeting of Sun Lakes Garden Club. Speaker Kevin Dahl, an…

Sun Lakes Garden Club

Members who went to Singh Farm on December 5.

Pauline Lee On the morning of December 5 our club members visited the Singh Farm in Phoenix to appreciate how an organic farm makes use of landscape discards to make compost and nitrogen fixating roots of many Mesquite and Palo Verde trees to nourish the vegetable gardens without adding any chemical fertilizers. The great variety…

Sun Lakes Garden Club moves to Chapel Center

Sun Lakes Garden Club members Terry Meury (left) and Paula Lauer (right) are pictured with Cathy Rymer, City of Chandler, Certified Arborist and Master Gardner and presenter at the May meeting.

Donna Haugland, Publicity The next meeting of the Sun Lakes Garden Club (SLGC) will be held at the Chapel Center 9240 N. Sun Lakes Blvd. across from the Sun Lakes Country Club on Monday, June 2 at 9:30 a.m. The June program will be “Container Gardening,” specifically how to plant a salsa garden and all…