MEETINGS & PROGRAMS

MEETINGS

All membership meetings will normally be held at: 

First Congregational Church

Fellowship Hall

Main Street, Falmouth Center  ( Map it )

 

  • Morning meetings will be held in September, October, November, April, May, July and August.​

  • Afternoon meetings will be in February and March

  • There is no meeting in January.

  • December and June meetings are our luncheon meetings at different restaurants. See member pages for details

  • If Falmouth schools are closed due to inclement weather, the membership meeting will be cancelled.

  •  The public is welcome to attend our Programs, which follow a brief membership meeting.  There is typically a guest donation of $5.  

Monthly Program:

October 7, 2019 

“Yes, you can grow chili peppers on Cape Cod!” ​

Rooster Frike of Woods Hole presents Nobska Farm

9:00 am First Congregational Church, Falmouth Center

November, 4, 2019

Thanksgiving Arrangements.  Our own talented garden club members will make design centerpieces to decorate yourThanksgiving tables.

9:00 am First Congregational Church, Falmouth Center

FLOWER OF THE MONTH

To encourage interest in plants,

the Horticulture Committee sponsors the

“Flower of the Month” Program

The rules are as follows:

  1. All members are encouraged to participate.

  2. Suggestions for a given month are indicated in the Yearbook. However, any specimen grown by a member may be entered at any time.

  3. A panel of three members from the Horticultural Committee will judge each entry, considering clean foliage, color, form and condition of the blossom. You get two extra points for the correct, complete botanical name.

  4. The member with the highest score for the year will receive a prize at the annual meeting.

  5. A member may enter more than one specimen per meeting. However the entry with the highest rating will be the member’s score for the month.

  6. All specimens must be placed on the table prior to the start of the meeting. We do provide bottles, but you may bring your own to show the entry to its best advantage.

  7. Please complete a 3” x 5” card for each entry. On the front of the card, show botanical name (if known) as well as the common name of the specimen. On the back, write the member’s name and date.

  8. Please collect your horticulture specimen at the end of the meeting.

2019 - 2020  Flowers of the Month:

September
Dahlia or Anemone
October
Chrysanthemum
November
Rose or Branch with Berries
February
Houseplant or Evergreen Branch
March
Snowdrop or Flowering Bulb
April
Daffodil or Dog Tooth Violet
May
Tulip
July
Any Perennial
August
Russian Sage or Ornamental Grass
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PO Box 487

Falmouth, Massachusetts 02541

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