Our mission is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, and to promote civic beauty by encouraging and contributing to landscape development.
Garden Club of Dearborn’s Annual End of the Season Luncheon was held at the Dearborn Country Club on Wed. June 6th. The elegant Fireplace Lounge was our venue and 41 members were in attendance.
Presenter, Chris Lapinski, a master gardener and landscape consultant, and all-around Bee Expert presented the topic: “All about Mason Bees.”
If you’ve never been inside The Dearborn Country Club, this historic landmark built by Henry Ford, this
indeed, is something to see and experience.
We had our first Garden Club raffle at the Country Club. We had six bee-u-tiful centerpieces with potted plants and a hand-decorated decoupage pot, a charming “Tea Chest” decked out in decoupage with bee themes in lovely purple and green colors, with 5 miniature drawers which can hold about 60 tea bags. Also raffeld were art deco period “bee” vase, done in black and white for those interiors that are so classic. There is a “bee pollinator” kit from English Gardens. The last four were bee-u-tiful mystery gifts.