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"Sun kissed land and wave washed shores, Home of the lily and the rose" *

If you are visiting or resident on the island and would like to come along to our meetings, please let us know, we would love to see you.  You can also visit some of our unique Bermuda gardens - see here

 

THE GARDEN CLUB OF BERMUDA ANNOUNCES ITS SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS FOR 2015

The Garden Club of Bermuda has announced four new recipients for its 2015 scholarship.  They are Kidane Callender, Hutson Carter II, Jayson Jackson and Anna Terceira.  Three of the awardees, Mr. Callender, Mr. Carter II and Ms. Terceira were previous winners. 

Mr. Jackson is a first-time awardee and he will return to Guelph University, Canada, to complete an associate diploma in turf grass management before returning to Bermuda next year to continue his career at a golf course. 

Mr. Carter II is pursuing a career as a golf course superintendent and is due to complete his diploma at Florida Gateway College, US, in December. 

Ms. Terceira is midway through studying for registration as a horticultural therapist certified by the Horticultural Therapy Institute, US, offered through courses at Colorado State University, US, together with more than 480 hours of internship.  Ms. Terceira is known for her achievements in this field at Windreach. 

Mr. Callender is a graduate of CedarBridge Academy and is preparing for his second year at Warwickshire College, UK, for a diploma in horticulture and landscaping.  He developed his interest in horticulture as a day-release student in a programme run by Roger Parris who is in charge of The Arboretum for the Parks Department.

We are very pleased to announce that there will be an Open House and Gardens this year in November.

 
"Christmas at Norwood"

will be held on Saturday, November 21st and promises to be a spectacular occasion! 
More details will be posted later, but for now we are asking all Garden Club members to start thinking about planting for our ever popular Plant Sale !

 


The Garden Club were sponsors of this year's Nonsuch Island Camp June 2015 and were invited to the final evening of the camp.  Here with President Anna Fulton (left) is Betsy Baillie (Executive Committee member) and David Wingate.

 

 

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMER!

Did you know........Bermuda Government has banned the importation of GMO seeds into the island?

 

Please keep checking our calendar for more exciting events throughout the gardening year.  Events will resume in October.

.....and if you are having difficulty finding a page, the SITE MAP lists all the pages in this website.

*Mrs. C. Vail (Higgi) Zuill

Website updated: August 7th 2015