Library of Plants:Where art, science & knowlege merge, Profile: The Barnharts, Garden Notes: Living Quilt, Linda Ellis on the "Pincushion flower", Botanical Society opens gates to Mizumoto Stroll Garden, Daylily Gardens move up, Upcoming Events: Butterfly Festival, Photography Contest. Audrey: One Year Later.
September 2011 Issue of the Friends of the Garden Newsletter
Includes: A Garden for the senses, an update about plans for the new Sensory Garden, Profile: Susan Boswell, Garden Notes - Membership is over 800 in FOG, Around & About the Gardens - George Deatz's column, Butterfly Festival attracts 4,000 to gardens, Events & News, Upcoming Events
The November 2011 Friends of the Garden Newsletter.
Why we're a thousand strong; Butterfly Man: Scott Cunningham; Garden Notes; Around and About the Gardens: The Real Benefits of membership; Winter Garden adds shades of cold weather color; Rmembrances: Bricks, benches, trees and shrubs honor family, friends; Events and News; Louise Macom receives Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Friends of the Garden mission is to "inspire the discovery, understanding and appreciation of nature by creating and maintaining gardens at Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park and by supporting the mission of the Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center and Park Board."
Friends of the Garden, Inc. PO Box 8566 Springfield, MO 65801 417.891.1515 | EMAIL
The Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center2400 S. Scenic AveSpringfield, MO 65807