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Miniature Garden Party
 
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Miniature Gardener  

Miniature Garden Party

Saturday and Sunday, June 15th and 16th

Saturday at 10:00 a.m.  Kids workshop Plant-A-Toy - $5.00 all included.  Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Fairy Garden Workshop.  Bring your own container or select one from our shelves.  Cost is $10.00 and includes potting soil, mulch, moss, pebbles and a few hen and chick plants for each participant.

The class starts with a demonstration and our staff will be on hand to assist you.  Please RSVP in advance on our website for both workshops. Come join the partysmiley

 
 
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Sago Palm  

Houseplant Highlight:  Sago Palm

One of the oldest, most primitive plant families is called Cycad and can be dated back 200 million years.  Sago Palm is a part of this family but it isn't really a palm at all.  Due to it's growth habits, this plant is more closely related to pines than palms.  Extremely slow-growing. Sago Palm may not be a graceful, true palm, but it sure stands out as an attractive tropical plant.  Palm trees make great indoor plants because they act as a natural humidifier and detoxifier removing carbon monoxide and replacing the air with fresh oxygen.  Palm trees can give your home the feel of nature inside or outside.

 
 
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Diana Randolph Artwork  

Art in the Garden Featured Artist

On July 13th the second annual "Art in the Garden" will take place.  Garden inspired artists will be displaying, demonstrating and selling their art. One of the artist scheduled to exhibit is Diana Randolph.  Here is more about this artist.

Diana has been a professional artist since graduating from Northland College, Ashland in 1979.  She managed art galleries in Bayfield and Washburn before settling in Drummond.  After taking a workshop with master pastelist/author Albert Handell, Diana developed a love for the freshness of pastel painting on paper.  Her goal is to capture the essence of nature, celebrating the vibrant patterns of color and texture; and contrasts of light and dark.  She uses her own photos as inspiration and on occasion paints outside.  She believes artists are like magicians, creating the illusion of three-dimensional space on a flat surface.  She loves how light reflects each stroke of pastel, like a prism, when one doesn't rub the pigment with ones fingers, which makes a flat appearance.  Diana has participated in numerous juried shows throughout the USA and has had many solo exhibits.  She's a member of the Pastel Society of America.  Her work is displayed at various galleries in northern Wisconsin and she teaches pastel and drawing workshops for adults in the Cable and Hayward area.  Diana's Once in a Blue Moon Studio is open by appointment and during the CHARAC Art Crawl.  To see more of her work, please visit www.dianarandolph.com-there's a link to her studio Facebook page.

 

 
 
 

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