Kamloops  Garden  Club

 

 Kamloops  Garden  Club

 

 

EXECUTIVE:

President Sharon Green 250-554-0278
Vice president: Karla Kolida
Secretary: Ruth Lunn
Treasurer: Carolyn Demers
Membership/Newsletter: Judy Villeneuve
Director of Flower Show:  Liv Sallows,                                                                                        Director of Speakers: Carol Wozencroft                                                                                      Director of Facebook Page: Lorri Hauzeneder                                                                       Director of Advertizing:                                                                                                

 

Links to newsletters: 

Feb. 2017   Mar. 2017   Apr. 2017   May 2017   Jun. 2017   Sep. 2017   Oct. 2017   Nov. 2017   Feb. 2018   Mar. 2018   Apr. 2018   May 2018   Jun. 2018   Sep. 2018   Oct. 2018   Nov. 2018

Program for the June 22nd, 2019 Rose Show.   at Heritage House 100 Lorne St. 

Plant & Yard Sale 2019, May 11 at 837 Lolo St. from 8 am - till noon       

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The Kamloops Garden Club was formed in February 19, 1950.

The purpose of the Club is:

- to collect and disperse information on all topics relating to plants, flowers, fruits and vegetables.

-to stimulate the knowledge and interest in horticulture.

-to promote interest in the beautification of homes and gardens in the community.

We usually meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month, at 7:00 pm, in the upper level of Heritage House, 100 Lorne St. Kamloops.       

Membership is $15. per year.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please attend a meeting and speak with an executive member.  

We maintain a membership in the BC Council of Garden Clubs.  www.bcgardenclubs.com

For information, contact Judy at 250-374-4181 or  [email protected];

Fairy Ring Cure add 1 cup of bleach to 1 gal of water, pour over fairy ring overlapping the area at least a foot, once per week for 5 weeks.

Recipe for complete organic fertilizer by Steve Solomon

For nitrogen

1.5 Quarts of feathermeal, or fishmeal

        Or  2 Quarts oilseed meal and 1 pint feathermeal and 1 pint fishmeal

 For phosphate

1 Quart Rock Phosphate or Bonemeal or 1 pint MAP (monamonium phosphate) ( but if using Map decrease nitrogen as Map contains   11% nitrogen

 For Potasium

1/3 cup potash

 For Trace minerals

1 pint Azomite  and/or  1 quart kelp meal (I just use the 1 pint Azomite)

 Spread complete fetilizer 3.5 Quarts for every 100 sq feet.