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Founded in 1932, the Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County helps protect, preserve, and

February 1st

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We're kicking off our Plant Pre-Sale today! Why not get your mind off this dreary weather we're having and focus on Spring?This year we're adding PEONIES to our sale, in 3 beautiful colors. We'll have our usual Geraniums in 6 colors and 3 sizes each, plus Kimberly Queen potted ferns and Boston hanging ferns, plus potting soil, fertilizer, and new this year, an organic soil compost. Click the link below and in our bio to buy your spring plants today. Pick-up will be Saturday, April 22nd, in Winston-Salem, NC. www.gardenclubcouncil.myshopify.com Get your orders in early. Quantities are limited again this year so that we can guarantee high-quality plants from our local suppliers: @Mitchellsnursery and Shouse Nursery. #gcc #gardenclubcouncilws #gardenclubcouncil #wsnc #winstonsalem #plantsale #geraniums #ferns #peonies ... See MoreSee Less
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December 6th

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Check out this event! It's the inaugural Christmas Stroll benefitting the Lindsey Miller Charitable Foundation - this Saturday, December 10th from 4 - 7 pm on the 400 block of Oaklawn Ave. In October 2020, Dogwood Garden Club member Lindsey Miller, developed what she thought was an exercise injury. Unfortunately, after months of unsuccessful physical therapy and invasive testing, Lindsey was diagnosed with ALS in May 2021. The purpose of this Christmas Stroll and the Lindsey Miller Charitable Foundation is to honor Lindsey's and others' fight against ALS by raising money that will benefit ALS patient services and for scientific research. You can read more about Lindsey, this event, and the foundation on the website: www.LindseyMillerCharitableFoundation.com. Please share this information and see you at the stroll! ... See MoreSee Less
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December 3rd

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The Village of Clemmons installed a beautiful new evergreen with GCC Community Grant funds this year. The tree lighting was earlier this week on Tuesday, November 29 - what a beautiful Christmas tree and annual celebration! ... See MoreSee Less
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