Florentum Garden Club September 20 Virtual Meeting ‘Edmund Parks During the Epidemic’

In the event of a pandemic, Florence’s president, Inne Pursi, planted it.

Edmonds Florence Garden Club Edmonds has been beautiful for a century. Angie Parks, Director of Recreation and Cultural Services, will address the club’s colorful 100th anniversary celebrations at Florem Fantasy on Monday, September 20. Federer explains how Edmund’s bright parks and flower beds affect the community.

Fisher’s speech, “Edmund Parks in the Time of the Epidemic,” will begin on September 20 at 11:15 p.m. The people will welcome you as much as you can. For a link, contact edmondsfloretum@hotmail.com.

When indoor activities were limited, Edmonds parks became important meeting places, and the city’s flower beds and hanging baskets symbolized the city’s identity. Fischer oversees 26 city parks, 160 flower beds, 150 hanging baskets, 47 planting containers and several landscapes and open spaces, as well as managing the city’s cultural arts and human services departments. Her talk focused on the importance of the beauty program at regular intervals, especially during outbreaks.

Florem members plant corners in 1989.

A.D. Founded in 1922, Florem is the oldest garden club in Washington State. It started with a simple idea: to enhance the beauty of the city of Admins with flowers, plants and gardening.

Over the years, the club’s mission has grown to include educational activities such as school gardens, youth projects, scholarships and public speaking. The club maintains a P-Patch and delivers new products to Edmonds Food Bank every week. They help to plant the corners and hanging baskets, and they fall on their hands and knees to weed and spray the city parks.

Florence meets every month (currently highlighting), and guests are always welcome. Here is the full list of the club’s 2021-22 speaker series:

September 20, 2021 Edmonds Parks City of Edmonds Parks, Entertainment and Cultural Services during the Epidemic

October 18, 2021 – Transforming Gears into Horticultural Culture – Reduce, Reduce, but Make It Beautiful

November 15, 2021 – Grow. Do it. Share. Dinner, by Nancy Lensen, Award-winning writer, radio personality, public speaker and Edmonds neighborhood coordinator for the Community Bread Project.

December 20, 2021: Successful Reinforcement Basics, by Fred Wemer, a 17-year-old patriotic master gardener and volunteer at the Beveway Show Garden.

January 24, 2022 – Wonderful Mycelium, Academic Representative with Taylor Fairbutter, Funni Perfeti, Olympia

February 28, 2022 – High Bed Garden, Mark Howley, Snowshosh County Chief Gardener from 2017

March 21, 2022 – Chimim Woods Rhododendron retailer Bob Zimmerman, Rhododendron species siren.

April 18, 2022 How did Dahlia return to the United States under Martin Cral Dahlia, who had been growing for 51 years?

Help Edmonds Floretti celebrate its 100th anniversary. Jump in and find your place at edmondsfloretumgardenclub.org.

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