An invitation from the Nashua Garden Club:
The Nashua Garden Club will hold its February program, Wed. Feb. 6th at 7 PM at the First Baptist Church, 121 Manchester Street, Nashua, NH 03064. The program, Flowers of Hawaii, will be presented by Tina Rufo, of the American Hosta Society, the New England Hosta Society and the Nashua Garden Club.
Tina will visually transport attendees to a sublime, tropical setting as she shares her knowledge of Hawaii’s tropical plants and flowers as well as other unique discoveries encountered during her multiple excursions to the islands. Tina’s passion for gardening began ‘many’ years ago in her Grandmother’s Brighton Massachusetts garden and developed nonstop over the years. Having recently retired from a full-time career in nursing, she’s now pursuing her passion more fully as an active member of multiple gardening societies. Her contributions are multi-faceted and include assisting with the design and assembly of exhibits for the annual Boston Flower and Garden Show.
Whether you are an avid gardener interested in exotic plants to perhaps add to your collection or simply interested in a brief respite from the New Hampshire winter, you will learn and enjoy hearing about Tina’s adventures. Please join club members for this unique program:
All are welcome. Light refreshment will be served.
Members: Free Nonmembers: $5.00
Additional information can be found at: http://www.NashuaGardenClub.com