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Flicks Among the Flowers | page 8 Members Day Trip | Children’s Summer Camps | Page 6

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growing forward


Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens

There is always something blooming at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

2015 B oard

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D irectors

Brian Barr ������������������������������������������������ President Beverley Hoyt�������������������������������� President-Elect Hanson Slaughter�����������������������������Past President Scott Walton���������������������������������������������Treasurer Paul Jones ������������������������������������������������ Secretary Beverley Hoyt������������������������������� VP Development Elizabeth Broughton�������� VP Gardens & Buildings Charles Goodrich����������������������Governance Chair Wally Evans������������������������������������������������� Officer Houston Gillespy���������������������������������������� Officer

Plan your next visit soon! Visit bbgardens.org & check out what’s new at The Gardens.

At Large: Cathy Adams Craig Beatty Mary Boehm Chris Boles Emily Bowron Maggie Brooke Clarke Gillespy John Hudson John Hurst Turner Inscoe Bill Ireland Elizabeth Jernigan Natalie Kelly Carl Jones Katy Baker Lasker John Miller John Smith T Amanda Foshee, Junior Board President

May Azaleas Ferns Herbs Flowering shrubs

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Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens promotes public knowledge of plants, gardens & the environment; & receives, raises & administers resources for these purposes.

Oak-leaf Hydrangeas Perennials

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The vision of Birmingham Botanical Gardens is to be one of the nation’s preeminent botanical gardens.

Rhododendrons Roses (peak)

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Fred Spicer���������������������������������������� Executive Director & CEO Stephanie Banks��������������������������������������������Director of Finance Dawn Coleman�������������������������� Education Activities Specialist Elizabeth Drewry�������������������������������������������������������������Librarian Ellen Hardy��������������������������� Education Program Coordinator Blake Ells����������������������������������� Public Relations Coordinator Jean Frey��������������������������������������������� Director of Development Henry Hughes ����������������������������������������� Director of Education Jason Kirby ������������������������������������Library Assistant & Archivist Andrew B. Krebbs���������� Director of Marketing & Membership Hope Long��������������������������������������Director of Library Services John Manion���������������������������Kaul Wildflower Garden Curator Pam McLeod����������������������������������Donor Services Coordinator Brooke McMinn������������� Plant Adventures Program Specialist Drew Rickel�����������������������������������������Donor Relations Officer Taylor Steele��������������������������������������������Volunteer Coordinator Ragan Stone�������������������������������������Special Events Coordinator Rona Walters�����������������������������������������������Membership Assistant

June Crape Myrtles Daylilies (peak) Ferns Herbs Hostas

The Garden Dirt is the newsletter of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The Garden Dirt is published six times a year to foster awareness & support events, services, & significant programs of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. We welcome your comments & address corrections. Please contact:

Hydrangeas Perennials Roses Southern Magnolias Summer Annuals Tropicals Vegetables

On The Cover Fred Spicer, executive director & CEO, leads a walking tour for the Junior Board through the Kaul Wildflower Garden. To get involved and to learn more about the Junior Board visit www.bbgardens.org/juniorboard.

Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Editor, Andrew B. Krebbs, director of marketing & membership 2612 Lane Park Road Birmingham, AL 35223 205.414.3959 or akrebbs@bbgardens.org bbgardens.org Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens practices a policy of equal opportunity & equal access to services for all persons regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, orientation or sex. Birmingham Botanical Gardens is a facility of Birmingham Park & Recreation Board. The deadline for the July/August issue is May 15.


I hope you made it to Spring Plant Sale last month! If you did, you were among the record-setting crowds that joined in the festival atmosphere under the tents and made it one of our best sales yet. Special thanks go out to all of our customers and to Brookwood Village, Royal Cup and Brio Tuscan Grille, our major sponsors. Thanks also to those who came out for our Earth Day at The Gardens’ USO Tribute Show. If you volunteered at one of the events, I hope I thanked you personally (I tried!), but if I missed you, please know that our events are only possible because of you. So thanks a lot! Please keep The Gardens in mind and make sure to come out for our Flicks Among the Flowers series of movies. Make a special date-night out of it and enjoy a great movie on the Formal Garden lawn in front of our Conservatory. And I hope to see you at our rescheduled Earth Day at The Gardens event on May 31. While weather forced the event’s postponement, it won’t cancel Alabama’s longest-running Earth Day celebration. As the construction projects around our perimeter begin to wind down, we’ll be winding up with a series of special projects of our own that will add pedestrian amenities and provide greater connectivity between The Gardens, nearby villages, and our animal friends at the Birmingham Zoo. It’s an exciting time for Birmingham’s free public garden! We had copious April rain, which helped to keep the pollen at bay, but made for many gardening challenges at the same time. Planting in the mud isn’t really the best way to perform that task, and I hope my herbs and vegetables will soon rebound from the floods. After getting off to a rather slow start after a colderthan-normal winter, plants finally seem to be back on schedule now, and there are many blooms still to come as spring transitions to summer. Now if I can just get all of mine planted...

Two Attractions, One Destination

W e l c om e

Dear Friends:

Message from Brian Barr, Board President When folks are asked what some of their favorite attractions are in Birmingham, The Gardens and the Zoo are two very common answers. Our community is very fortunate to have these fine facilities which both grade well nationally in any rating of best-in-class. Too, we are very fortunate that they sit side-by-side; after all, we all enjoy two-for-one shopping - why not two-for-one attractions? Many have contributed to the recently completed road improvements that the Alabama Department of Transportation has made possible on our western border of Cahaba Road. These improvements, for which we are all thankful, have helped us in many ways. Two of which are the facelift to one entire side of our acreage, another being the instant connectivity improvements these enhancements facilitate between The Gardens and the Zoo.

See you in The Gardens,

Long overdue, our connectivity to the Zoo is an enhancement to our entire community. Imagine driving to our Gardens, enjoying a beautiful day with family or friends and then deciding to enjoy the wonderments that the Zoo has to offer. For example, starting a great day enjoying the grace of the giraffes with high interest in capping your day off with a stroll through our Dunn Formal Rose Garden. Prior to the Cahaba Road improvements, enjoying both attractions with a single park of your car was not possible. But now it will be!

Fred Spicer Executive Director & CEO

We owe thanks to many for facilitating this – in addition to the Alabama Department of Transportation our Executive Director & CEO Fred Spicer and the Zoo’s Executive Director Bill Foster have been instrumental in making this terrific new feature of two of Birmingham’s greatest assets a priority. Thanks to them both!

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Development

Members-only Day Trip Stone Hollow Farmstead in Harpersville, Alabama Join Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens on a Day Trip to Stone Hollow Farmstead in Harpersville, Ala. on Thursday, June 4, 2015. The cost of the trip is $80/person. The fee includes Charter Bus transportation, special guided tour of the farmstead, a special cheese tasting, lunch from The Pantry and a canning and preserving class. At the end of the class, participants will take home their finished product. This trip is open to all members of Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Each member is allowed to bring one non-member on the trip. The bus should leave The Gardens at 8 a.m. and be back no later than 5 p.m. Registration can be found online at www.bbgardens.org/ membertravel. Payment must be received by May 28, 2015. All attendees must ride the bus and get on the bus at The Gardens. No one is allowed to follow separately in their car.

Description of Stone Hollow Farmstead: You may recognize Stone Hollow Farmstead from their popular restaurant, The Pantry, located in Crestline Village. They also produce an artisan line of goat cheeses that can be found at Western Supermarkets, Publix and Whole Foods among other locations. More information on Stone Hollow Farmstead is located at www.stonehollowfarmstead.com. PHASE I CONSERVATORY IMPROVEMENTS OUR DEEP APPRECIATION FOR THE VISION OF OUR

L EAD I NG L I GHTS CAMPAI GN D ONORS

The Daniel Foundation of Alabama Bill & Lyndra Daniel Brooke Family Foundation Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham Lorol Roden Bowron Rediker Rucker Foundation Anonymous Donors (2) The Lucille S. Beeson Charitable Trust Butrus Family Advised Fund Holly Oak Garden Club These donors generously provided gifts totaling $1,100,000.

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WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM

Honorable William A. Bell, Sr., Mayor FOR FUNDING DESIGN AND ENGINEERING


Fred Spicer, executive director & CEO

Florida leucothoe (Agarista populifolia) is a large, spreading, irregularly-shaped, broadleaf evergreen shrub (right) native to the Coastal Plain of SC, GA, AL and into central and panhandle FL, where it grows in swampy forests. Formerly in the genus Leucothoe, its current status makes it the northern-most member of an otherwise tropical genus, and more closely related to Pieris than Leucothoe. It is a common feature in many local gardens and a problem-free plant in shaded locations and acid soils (even clay) with good moisture content. Wellestablished plants have surprising drought tolerance. The medium- to olive-green leaves have a dull shine and present an appearance much different than many other broadleaf evergreens (below top). Growing as a natural, semi-opaque umbrella, pipestem (a traditional name that refers to its hollow stems) reaches 10’ and more over time, with a similar spread. No amount of pruning, however skilled, can make this plant into a tidy shape but to me the shaggy, arching habit is charmingly rustic. The small white flowers (upside-down urns with narrow necks (below

Gardening

Good Things Growing… In The Gardens

bottom) have a sweet fragrance which is very alluring to bumblebees, whose long tongues easily reach the nectaries within. Heavily borne in mid- to late May, they represent among the last shrub flowers in this copious season. Small brown fruit capsules are abundantly produced but seedlings are scarce in cultivation. Except for the removal of dead wood (which may seem ever-present) pruning should follow flowering as those buds are produced mainly on strong-growing shoots in the summer of the previous year. These shoots often emanate directly from bare lower stems but they also occur within the canopy, from buds just below flowering sections of upper and outer stems. Growing upright at first, the shoots will arch over toward the tips and it is here that flower buds will be produced. Curiously, seed production seems to exhaust the stems where it occurs: heavilyfruiting branch sections frequently die the following year. Some gardeners disdain irregularity in plant form, but I’m a fan of this sometimes unkempt but charming grower. I also like ‘Taylor’s Treasure,’ a dwarf form sold as Leprachaun™, with half-size leaves. A plant at Birmingham Botanical Gardens is handsome and rounded, 4x4.5’ after 10 years.

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V o lu n t e e r S p ot l i g h t

The Roots of the Annual Spring Plant Sale are Our Volunteers Taylor Steele, volunteer coordinator As another successful Spring Plant Sale finishes at The Gardens, we’re grateful for a corps of dedicated volunteers and plant nursery vendors that assure excellent quality and tremendous variety in the plants sold. Our plant group volunteers make a concerted effort not to duplicate the selection of plants offered and there are always ample choices to please the most discerning plant enthusiast or passionate gardener. Volunteers, Master Gardeners and Plant Societies run sale booths and eagerly await shoppers on a mission - searching for favorite natives, annuals and perennials as well as unusual and distinctive selections which are often difficult to find at local garden centers. People new to gardening disappointed with the lack of knowledgeable sales personnel at some retail centers are always delighted with the invaluable information our volunteers share with our patrons. Many of our patrons have been coming to the sale for well over 20 years and know that the plants purchased, along with the bazaar-like atmosphere of the sale, are reasons to return. April marked the 46th year The Gardens’ volunteer corps has been selling plants. Predictably, a lot has changed over that time, especially the scale, and volume of plants sold. To understand the roots of the volunteer sale, you would need to go back to May 2 & 3, 1969. For two days, The Women’s Auxiliary of Birmingham Botanical Society hosted A Garden Fiesta: Bazaar-Plant Sale, and Outdoor Living Exhibit. The plant sale included varieties of petunias, marigolds, ferns, African violets and wild flower plant (commonly known as native plants). The Garden Fiesta also included a bazaar area with exhibitors showcasing everything from antiques and bird feeders, flower containers and garden equipment. Birmingham Botanical Gardens’ Spring Plant Sale utilized 280+ volunteers (68% Master Gardeners), accrued over 6,000 volunteer hours, and sold plants to over 6,500 people from all over the state. Although the sale venue changes from time to time, the enduring tradition of Birmingham Botanical Gardens’ annual plant sale and its’ volunteers will sustain this community event for years to come. Proceeds from the sale of these plants supply some of the funds necessary to support The Gardens’ educational mission, as well as provide needed resources to continue outstanding education programs to gardeners of all ages. To learn more about volunteering at The Gardens, contact Taylor Steele, volunteer coordinator, at tsteele@bbgardens.org or 205.414.3962.

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Classes events

classes classes

adult&family

To register or to read class descriptions visit www.bbgardens.org/classes or call 205.414.3950.

Flora Photography Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, May 23 | 9-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $60 Members | $75 Non-members PHOTO-TALK Instructor: Hank Siegel Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Every 3rd Sunday | 3 - 5 p.m. Free, $5 donation suggested Ages 12 and up

Herb Walk Instructor: Phyllis Light Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Wednesday, May 27 | 11-1 p.m. $10 Members | $12 Non-Members

Family Yoga Series Instructor: Annie Damsky Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens 2nd Saturday of the month | 9 - 10 a.m. $15 drop-in (child+1 adult) • $5 for an additional family member (per class)

Up Close & Personal: Macro photography Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, June 6 | 9-noon Saturday, June 13 | 9-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $100 members| $120 non-members

Family Bootcamp Series Instructor: Stacey Jernigan Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens 4nd Saturday of the month | 9-10 a.m. $15 drop-in (child+1 adult) • $5 for an additional family member (per class)

Tangles Inspired by the Gardens Instructor: Darla Williamson Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, June 6 | 10-4 p.m. $125 Members | $150 Non-Members

Beginning Zentangle Instructor: Darla Williamson Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Friday, May 8 | 5:30–9 p.m. $65 Members| $75 Non-Members

Water Features of the Gardens Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, June 20 | 9-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $65 members | $75 non-members

Jurassic Garden Instructors: Brooke McMinn & Dawn Coleman Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Sunday, May 17 | 2-4 p.m. Members $12 (child+1 adult) | Non-members $15 (child+1 adult) $5 for an additional family member

Seasonal Series Instructor: Hank Siegel Saturday, July 11 | 9-noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens $65 Members | $75 Non-members

Save t he Date

Birmingham Rose Show May 9-10 Spencer Lecture May 12

Alabama Bonsai Society Show May 16-17 Birmingham Fern Society Ferns from the Beginning to the End May 20-21 Flicks Among the Flowers May 13, June 24, July 15 Earth Day at The Gardens May 31 (rescheduled) Botanical Bash May 28 Gross Out Camps Starting June 1 - Registration Open

Library Hours of Operation Monday - Friday | 9 - 4 p.m. Saturday | 10 - 4 p.m. Sunday | 2 - 5 p.m. 205.414.3920

bbgardens.org 205.414.3950

use your library card here.

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C l a ss e s & E v e n t s

A rt is t D is p lay M ain A rt G allery in G arden C enter M ay & J u n e

E a rt h D ay at

Jeannine Cook

the Gardens

Celebrating Community Gardens Remembering Victory Gardens

MAY 31, 2015

Fresh Air Family: Gross Out Camps

1-5 p.m. • Free Admission

$200 members (The Gardens, FAF), $225 non-members Hours: 9-5 p.m. Before and after care $25.

IF IT’S GROSS WE’VE GOT IT! Join expert naturalists as we explore the best of the worst earth has to offer. All in a safe atmosphere. We will see reptiles, macroinvertebrates, bugs, stinky plants and more. Activities include hikes, creek stomping, crafts, journaling, and live animal demonstrations with birds and snakes!

bbgardens.org/earthday

To register, please go to www.GrossOutCamp.org Grades 1-4: June 1-5, June 15-19, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 27-31 Grades 1-7: June 8-12 Grades 5-7: July 20-24, June 29-July 3

Children’s Summer Camps

Programs are designed to actively promote your child’s natural sense of creativity and discovery with fun learning experiences in the unmatched setting at Birmingham Botanical Gardens! This summer, we are growing global to give your camper the chance to travel through nature exploration, science, art, cooking, yoga, architecture, children’s literature and imagination while building skills for teamwork and making friendships. Each camp is limited to 20 children except preschool camps, which are limited to 15 children. Teachers are certified or otherwise qualified. For more information, contact Education Program Coordinator Ellen Hardy at 205.414.3953 or ehardy@bbgardens.org. Register online at www.bbgardens.org/summercamps or 205.414.3950.

Morning Camps

9 – 1 p.m. $152 Members*| $190 Non-Members. Enchanted Gardens 4 and 5 year olds. June 1 - 5. Botanista Fashion K-6th. June 8 – 12. Growing Through Yoga K-6th. June 22 – 26.

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Music in the World Around Us K-2nd. June 29-July 2. $122 Members* | $152 Non-Members

Music in the World Around Us 3rd-6th. June 29-July 2. $122 Members* | $152 Non-Members Camp Birmingham Botanical Gardens: Young Naturalists K-2nd. July 13 - 17. Growing Through Yoga K-6th. July 20 - 24. Gardening in Wonderland: Designing and Modeling 3rd-6th. July 27 – 31.

*Hydrangea Level Members & above

Afternoon Camps

2 - 4 p.m. $76 Members*| $95 Non-Members. World Passport Explorers K-6th. June 8 – 12. Over the Rainbow 4 and 5 year olds. July 13 - 17.

Urban Farm Camp - aLL dAY June 22-26 • 8 - 4 p.m. $300 Members*| $325 Non-Members.

Urban Farm Camp gives rising 4-6 graders a chance to grow fresh food for themselves and others and learn about the food networks that feed a city.


Children can get involved in exploring their world through meaningful activities that encourage leadership development, personal pride and responsibility, and community involvement. Youth involved in the program develop critical thinking skills and the ability to identify community concerns and take action to address them through individual group projects. Classes may be purchased as a package for $320. Ages 6-12 years old.

Classes, Field Trips & Volunteer Opportunities Registration & further information about the program, including course descriptions & certificate requirements, can be found at www.bbgardens.org/plantstudies or call 205.414.3950. All are welcome to register for any of the classes.

Junior Master Gardener 4: Landscape Horticulture Teacher: Julie Danley & Gail Pless Saturday, June 20 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens-Exploration Classroom $45 per class

Almond Rock - A Piedmont Granite Dome (field trip) Trip Leaders: Tom Diggs & John Manion Saturday, May 16 | 9 - 3 p.m. Location: Randolph County, AL $50 Members | $60 Non-Members

Junior Master Gardener 5: Vegetables & Herbs Teacher: Julie Danley & Gail Pless Saturday, July 18 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens-Exploration Classroom $45 per class

Bibb County Glades & Cahaba Lilies (field trip) Trip leaders: Tom Diggs, Ph.D. and John Manion Location: Bibb County Wednesday, May 27 | 9-4 p.m. $60 Members | $70 Non-Members

Junior Master Gardener 6: Insects & Diseases Teacher: Julie Danley & Gail Pless Saturday, August 15 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens-Exploration Classroom $45 per class

Introduction to Native Plant Conservation (core) Instructor: Bob Boyd PhD Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, August 22 | 8:30-4:30 p.m. $80 Members | $90 Non-Members

Junior Master Gardener 7: Life Skills and Career Teacher: Julie Danley & Gail Pless Saturday, September 19 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens-Exploration Classroom $45 per class Junior Master Gardener 8: Fruits & Nuts Teacher: Julie Danley & Gail Pless Saturday, October 17 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens-Exploration Classroom $45 per class Junior Master Gardener 9: Make-up session Teacher: Julie Danley & Gail Pless Saturday, November 21 | 9 - noon Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens-Exploration Classroom $45 per class

To register visit www.bbgardens.org/classes or call 205.414.3950.

C l a ss e s & E v e n t s

The Junior Master Gardener(JMG) program is an international youth gardening program of the university Cooperative Extension network. JMG engages children in novel, hands-on group and individual learning experiences that provide a love of gardening, develop an appreciation for the environment and cultivate the mind.

Certificate in Native Plant Studies

Butterfly Education & Awareness Day

JUne 13 10-2 p.m.

Free Admission

bbgardens.org/classes

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FLICKS AMONG THE F L WE R S May May1313

Jurassic Park

of Conservatory • Formal JuneGarden 24 in• front July 15

FREE ADMISSION Visit bbgardens.org/flicks for this year’sopen movies! 8 p.m. • gates at 6 p.m.

June 24

Ghostbusters 8 p.m. gates open July 15 at 6 p.m. cash • concessions Topbar Gun

cash bar • concessions

Don’t forget your blanket. Make it a date night or Garden bring a group of friends! Formal

in front of Conservatory

sorry, no pets allowed or outside alcoholic beverages.

FREE ADMISSION Don’t forget your blanket. special thanks to

bbgardens.org/flicks

Thyme to Read ◄ June 2: Shadows in the Vineyard: The True Story of the Plot to Poison the World’s Greatest Wine by Maximillian Porter

Over the Mountain Journal Make it a date night & Lane Parke or bring a group of friends!

sorry, no pets allowed or THE BROWN BAG outside alcoholic beverages.

LUNCH & LEARN SERIES Bring your lunch to Birmingham Botanical Gardens and join us for FREE informational seminars. 11:30-12:30 p.m., no reservations required. Drinks and dessert provided.

MAY 13

bbgardens.org/flicks July 7: ► Seeds of Reprisal by J. Somerville Park

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Join us in The Library at 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month to discuss a fun book pertaining to gardening, plants or the environment. Contact Director of Library Services Hope Long at 205.414.3931 or hlong@bbgardens.org for more information or to get involved.

Who, me? Garden???

Debunking your preconceived notions of what’s involved in gardening.

Growing and maintaining a healthy lawn takes less effort than you might think.

JULY 8

The Terrific Trio!

Drink Your Garden

Compost, soil and mulch – unearth what they are and how to use them properly.

JUNE 24

The Understory

Savor the fruits of your labor. Use botanicals to enhance flavor and add depth to create the perfect cocktail.

MAY 27

Luscious Lawns

JUNE 10

JULY 22

Ideas to Actualities

No sun, no problem! Learn to love the shade and the plants that grow there.

SEPTEMBER 2

OCTOBER 7

Visually inspired? Discover how to transform that look to fit your space.

AUGUST 5

What’s Bugging You?

The ACES Diagnostic Plant Lab helps identity problems and give cures.

AUGUST 19 Curb Appeal

Intentionally add year round color, interest, and charm to your landscape.

Tools of the Trade

See what tools the pros use and how to maintain them for peak performance.

SEPTEMBER 16 Backyard Habitats

To create a sanctuary for the birds and the bees, start by adding flowers and trees. presented in partnership with:

Storm Water Management

Overgrown & Out of Control

Find out how and when to whack it back, cut it down and clean it up.

bb ga r d e n s. o r g/ c l a sse s

OCTOBER 21

Let There be Light!

Enhance beauty, provide safety and enjoy your outdoor spaces after dark.


for the months of May & June:

Growing Tomatoes

GARDENING “TIPS” CALENDAR may

june

FRUITS AND NUTS – Continue spray program. Keep grass from around trees and strawberries. Peaches and apples can still be budded.

SHRUBS – Newly planted shrubs need extra care now and in coming weeks. Don’t spray with oil emulsions when temperature is above 85 °F.

LAWNS – Now is the best time to start lawns from seed. Water new lawns as needed to prevent drying. Keep established lawns actively growing by watering fertilizing and mowing. Spray weeds in lawns with proper herbicide.

ROSES – Spray or dust for insects and diseases. Fertilize monthly with complete fertilizer or rose special. Container-grown plants in flower may be planted. Prune climbing roses after the first big flush offlowering.

FRUITS AND NUTS – Layer grapes and continue spray programs. Thin apples and peaches if too thick.

SHRUBS – Lace bugs may be a problem on azaleas, pyracanthas, dogwoods, cherry laurels, and other shrubs. Water as needed. Fertilize now. Keep long shoots from developing by pinching out tips. Good time to take cuttings from semi-mature wood for rooting.

LAWNS – Follow a schedule of fertilization and watering. Lawns should be mowed weekly Planting may continue if soil is moist. Continue weed spraying if necessary.

Thursday, August 20 6-8 p.m.

ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS – Keep old flower heads removed to promote continued flowering. Plant garden mums if not already in. For compact mums, keep tips pinched out. Watch for insects and diseases.

Instructor: Fred Spicer Executive Director & CEO

BULBS – Foliage may be removed from spring bulbs if it has yellowed and is becoming dry. Watch for aphids and thrips on summer bulbs.

ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS – Late plantings of bedding plants still have time to produce. Watch for insects on day lilies.

BULBS – Summer bulbs started in containers may still be planted. Do not remove foliage from spring flowering bulbs. Do not let seedheads form on tulips and other spring flowering bulbs.

MISCELLANEOUS – If scale insects continue on shrubs, use materials other than oils. Set houseplants on porch or outdoors in shade and pay close attention to the need for water. If desired, air layer houseplants.

MISCELLANEOUS – Mulch new shrub plantings if not already done. Avoid drying out new shrub, tree and lawn plantings.

VEGETABLE SEED – Plant beans, field peas, pumpkins, squash, corn, cantaloupes and watermelons.

VEGETABLE SEED – Plant heat-loving and tender vegetables. Start cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and celery in coldframe for fall garden.

VEGETABLE PLANTS – Plant tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and sweet potato vine cuttings.

VEGETABLE PLANTS – Plant tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and sweet potatoes.

www.aces.edu

As a current member, you have the exclusive opportunity to attend members-only classes for FREE.

Courtesy of

M e m b e rs o n ly C l a ss

For more information, see www.aces.edu or call the Plant Hotline at 800.644.4458.

Pruning: Techniques, Outcomes & Design Influences

Gardening

Gerlach Plant Information Center Display inside the Garden Center

Pruning and training of plants is an essential part of garden development and maintenance, yet even savvy gardeners approach these basic tasks with a mixture of ignorance and trepidation. Using before and after images of selected plants- with recent updates - Spicer tracks the establishment of his home garden, illustrating basic pruning tools, methods and techniques - and the plants’ responses - along the way. You’ll learn not only the “how-to” but the “why to” as he shows how each approach works to enhance the garden’s overall design.

Member classes are not available to the public. Pre-registration is required. Register online at www.bbgardens.org/ classes or call 205.414.3950.

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G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s

As of February 28, 2015

Chairman Level Mrs. Louise D. Johnson* Advisor Level Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Jones, Jr. The Forman Foundation Benefactor Level

Mr. Richard M. Adams Ms. Elna R. Brendel Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. T. Michael Goodrich Jones Family Fund Ms. Lori Oswald & Mr. Hans Paul Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer S. Poynor, III Mr. & Mrs. Murray W. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. South, III Southern Progress Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Rick Stukes Anonymous

Patron Level

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Barr Mrs. Camille H. Butrus C. Eugene Ireland Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Coleman C.S. Beatty Construction, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Bob de Buys Dunn-French Foundation Mrs. Trudy R. Evans Mr. & Mrs. Houston Gillespy Mr. & Mrs. Charles Goodrich Mr. & Mrs. Jon Kimerling Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Noble, III Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Northen, III Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Ray, Jr. Rucker & Margaret Agee Fund Mr. & Mrs. B. Hanson Slaughter Mrs. Lucille R. Thompson *Deceased As of February 28, 2015

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar G. Aldridge Mr. & Mrs. Michael Balliet Ms. Camille A. Becker Mrs. Lucille S. Beeson * Peggy Bonfield & Orrin Ford D. Joseph & Ida C. Burns * Mary Carolyn Gibbs Cleveland Suzanne G. Clisby Mrs. Martha Stone Cobb Daniel * The Daniel Foundation of Alabama The Dunn-French Family Dr. John D. Elmore* Mrs. Claire H. Fairley* Mr. F. Lewter Ferrell, Jr. * Mr. R.R. Herbst *

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Mrs. Jimmie Hess * Mr. J. Ernest Hill & Mrs. Ora Lee Hill * Mrs. Jane Hinds Fay B. Ireland Mr. George L. Jenkins Hugh & Bobbe Kaul * Ms. Pamela Kaul * Andrew Krebbs Fran Lawlor Dr. Bodil Lindin-Lamon* Hope Long Dr. Michael E. Malone Ms. Louise T. McAvoy * Mrs. Mary Jean Morawetz Mr. Philip Morris

Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. James L. Newsome Dr. & Mrs. A. I. Perley * Steve & LeAnne Porter Mrs. Carol P. Poynor Mrs. Dorothy L. Renneker * Deborah & John Sellers Mr .& Mrs. William M. Spencer, III * Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. Mr. Douglas Arant Stockham Dr. Wendell H. Taylor, Sr. * Mrs. Barbara D. Thorne * Mrs. Carolyn D. Tynes * Mrs. Ann H. “Nancy” Warren * Mrs. Robert Wells Anonymous *Deceased


Job Argo Mr. & Mrs. Larry Argo

1 .1 .1 5 -2 .2 8 .1 5

Louise D. Johnson Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Staff Mr. & Mrs. Fritz Woehle, Jr.

Margaret E. Pate Mrs. Lee B. Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr.

Phyllis Klumpp Ms. Miriam McClung

Dorothy Roden Mountain Park Garden Club

Dale J. Carruthers Mrs. Barbara Hirschowitz Mr. & Mrs. James L. Priester

James A. Livingston Mr. & Mrs. Murray W. Smith

Kathryn Stevens Mrs. Mary I. Dillon

Anne M. Magnus Mr. & Mrs. Milton M. Magnus

Bob Taylor Mr. Mel Cleveland

Mary W. Casey Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Radecke

Peggy McGill Birmingham Fern Society

Ryan Taylor Ms. Peggy Balch

H. Cecil Coghlan Mr. & Mrs. John M. Musgrave

William M. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Evans Dunn, Jr.

Lois Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Clarence T. Estock

Evelyn E. Foti Mr. & Mrs. Earl Trafton

Samuel W. Oliver Mrs. Howard J. Helzberg

Robert S. Weatherly Mr. & Mrs. Evans Dunn, Jr.

Glenn Ireland Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Staff Mr. & Mrs. Murray W. Smith

Irma D. Pate Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Staff Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Murray, Jr. Mr. Frederick R. Spicer, Jr. & Ms. Kim McBride The Stone Family

Joseph Boyd Mr. & Mrs. John S. Steiner William Brantley Mr. & Mrs. Evans Dunn, Jr.

Gifts to The Library at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

In honor of Jason Kirby Redmont Park Garden Club Hunter’s Hill Garden Club Flower Show Judges’ Council Cherokee Garden Club Edgewood Garden Club Floribunda Garden Club Argus Literary Club

If we have inadvertently left your name out or incorrectly listed you, please accept our apologies and contact Drew Rickel, donor relations officer, at 205.414.3955 or drickel@bbgardens.org.

In honor of Jason Powell Highland Lakes Garden Club

In memory of Peggy McGill Birmingham Fern Society

In memory of Mrs. C.B. Rhoden Mountain Park Garden Club

In memory of Glen Donald Vann and Bobbye Ann Goodner

Judy Luks Fletcher Harvey Cathy O’Sheal Liesel French

G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s

memorials memorials

Gifts received between

grantors grantors Thank you to the Individuals, Foundations, Companies & Cities who awarded us grants in 2014 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Alabama The Brooke Family Foundation City of Birmingham City of Mountain Brook City of Vestavia Hills The Comer Foundation Dr. & Mrs. John A. Floyd, Jr. The Goodrich Foundation Hill Crest Foundation, Inc. The Hugh Kaul Foundation Jemison Investment Company Inc. Junior League of Birmingham Kinder Morgan Foundation

Little Garden Club of Birmingham Lorol Roden Bowron Redicker Rucker Foundation Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Redmont Neighborhood Association Regions Financial Corporation Robert R. Meyer Foundation Shades Valley Rotary Club Susan Mott Webb Charitable Trust The James Milton & Sallie R. Johnson Foundation Vulcan Materials Company Wells Fargo Foundation Anonymous

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honors honors Gifts received between

1. 1. 15- 2. 28. 15 Dianne Alspaugh Mr. Grant Alspaugh Thomas G. Amason Mayfair Medical Group Jason Kirby Mr. & Mrs. Joe Haynes

Jason Powell Highland Lakes Garden Club

Kathryn B. Lasker Mr. & Mrs. Allen Baker

Mike Rushing Mr. & Mrs. Walt Anderson Dr. Tori Anderson Mrs. Alleen Cater & Dr. Lyle A. Hohnke

Sallie M. Lee The Village Club

Sally Smith Mr. & Mrs. Milton M. Magnus

James R. Lowery Gardens of Inverness Garden Club

Taylor Steele Gardens of Inverness Garden Club Steve & Mary Phillips

Lexa L. Magnus Mr. & Mrs. Milton M. Magnus

Kathie Welch Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Norton

Gifts received between

1 .1 .1 5 -2 .2 8 .1 5 Trudy R. Evans Flower Show Judges - Council 8 Greater Horizons Green Resource Center for Alabama Inc Joy & Beau Grenier Mrs. Barbara Hirschowitz Gardens of Inverness Garden Club Jefferson County Beekeepers Association Mrs. Virginia G. Johnson Le Jardin Leaf & Petal Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Marx Dr. & Mrs. Richard Mayne Mr. Daniel McHan Steve & Mary Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Ray, Jr. William & LaVona Rushton Southern Progress Corporation The Village Garden Club of Mountain Brook

Mr. Grant Alspaugh Altec Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Larry Argo AT&T Employee Giving Campaign Mr. & Mrs. Allen Baker Ms. Peggy Balch BHK Securities, LLC Birmingham Kiwanis Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Bissell Mr. Joseph W. Blount Mr. & Mrs. C. Eugene Boles Bradley, Arant, Boult, Cummings LLP Mrs. Camille H. Butrus Dr. Chenbei Chang Mrs. Jennafer Collins Mr. Ryan Cook Mr. & Mrs. Bob de Buys Diamond Tours, Inc. Mr. Richard Dorman Mr. & Mrs. William D. Drinkard Mr. & Mrs. Evans Dunn, Jr.

If we have inadvertently left your name out or incorrectly listed you, please accept our apologies and contact Drew Rickel, donor relations officer, at 205.414.3955 or drickel@bbgardens.org.

new&renewing new&renewing members President’s Circle $1,000 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar G. Aldridge Mrs. Robert S. Hinds Mr. and Mrs. J. Reese Murray, III Mr. and Mrs. John E. Walker, Jr.

Ambassador $500-999 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Spencer South

Oak $250-499

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Curtin, Sr. Dr. Anne M. Cusic and Dr. Bruce Cusic Mr. C. Coleman Daniel, II Dr. and Mrs. James A. Davis, III Mr. Richard Dorman Dr. and Mrs. Michael Geer Mr. and Mrs. John F. Markus Ms. Alison Nichols and Mr. Bill Mudd Mrs. James K.V. Ratliff Mrs. Carolyn B. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Larry Spangler Mr. Frederick R. Spicer and Ms. Kim McBride Ms. Rose H. Steiner Dr. and Mrs. Jack Trigg, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Vandevelde, III

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John Manion Steve & Mary Phillips Snippers Garden Club

donors donors

Magnolia $125-249

Ms. Diane P. Alessio and Mr. Otello A. Alessio

Mr. and Mrs. Keith O. Allen Mr. Grant Alspaugh Mr. and Mrs. James Ausley Mrs. Ann Bibb Shannon and William Blount Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Boulware, III Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bugg Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canterbury, Jr. Ms. Nan Carter Drs. Michael Catenacci and Kaira Catenacci Mr. and Mrs. William N. Clark Ms. Paula C. Cosper Mr. and Mrs. James P. Cowin Mrs. Julie Cundiff Jon & Jettye Davis Mrs. Suzanne Dickinson Ms. Peggy Dunlap Mike and Carolyn Edwards Ms. Diane Eggert Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitts Mrs. Margaret L. Fleenor Mrs. Linda Grissom Ms. Margaret W. Grubb Dr. and Mrs. William Hansford Mr. and Mrs. James W. Heacock, Jr. Ms. Sarah B. Horn Mr. and Mrs. James E. Horton, Jr. Mrs. Babs Jackson Dr. and Mrs. David Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jacobs Mrs. Elizabeth W. Jones Ms. Elaine Kassouf Mr. and Mrs. James G. Lambert Dr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Lamkin Ms. Ethelwyn Langston Mr. and Mrs. William M. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lemons

Memberships received between

1 .1 .1 5 -2. 28. 15

Ms. Eileen Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Long, Jr. Mrs. Arthur E. Malone, Jr. Mrs. David H. Marbury III Ms. Carol A. McCoy Mrs. Margaret H. McGowan Ms. Emily W. McGowin Mr. and Mrs. David Middlebrooks Dr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Peters Mrs. Rebecca Prescott Ms. Nancy Price Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Atkinson Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Adam Robertson Dr. Paul Samuelson Dr. and Mrs. George F. Scofield Mrs. Lamar Smith, Jr. Ms. Leigh St. Petery Ms. Ruth Ann Steele Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tate Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Underwood Dr. Beverly VonDerPool and Dr. Phillip Smith Dr. and Mrs. James C. Walker, Jr. Mr. Howard P. Walthall and Dr. Rosemary Fisk Dr. Charles L. Watkins and Mrs. Mary L. Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. White Ms. Margery J. Wirth

Hydrangea $60-124 Mr. Ray A. Abrams Mr. Benjamin Adams Mr. and Mrs. Blake P. Alexander Mr. Lee Anderson Ms. Carla M. Anderson Ms. Helen Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews Ms. Alicia Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Bill Askew Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Banks Mr. and Mrs. Larry Barkey Mr. and Mrs. John G. Barnett Mrs. Anna Beall Mrs. Lindsey Beatty Mr. Adam Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bey Mrs. and Mr. Elizabeth Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Bodenhamer Ms. Nancy C. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Suresh B. Boppana Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Bouchillon Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Brady, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. O’Neal Browder Connie and C. Michael Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. Burnham Mr. and Mrs. Borden H. Burr II Ms. Rachel Butler Ms. Tammie Butts Mr. and Mrs. Dowe Bynum Mrs. Margaret Caley Mr. and Mrs. Mike Calhoun Dr. and Mrs. Harold Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. Eric Carlton Mr. Johnny Carson Mr. T. Chris Carter Ms. Racile Casey Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Chastain Ms. Pam Childers Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chitwood Ms. Amanda A. Clark


Hydrangea $60-124

Mr. Gregg Clark Mr. and Mrs. Jon Clemmensen Ms. Barbara Clotfelter Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Cobbs Mr. and Mrs. Don Cole Dawn Coleman Dr. and Mrs. Edward V. Colvin Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Compton Mr. and Mrs. A. Philip Cook, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William Costenbader Mr. Robert Crossmeyer Michelle and Michael Danley Dr. and Mrs. Charles Dasher Mr. and Mrs. Mark Davis Mr. Sumter DeGaris Mr. and Mrs. Armand Dekeyser Mr. and Mrs. Guerry M. Denson Mr. Joseph Dice and Dr. Patricia Dice Mrs. Elizabeth Drewry Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Elliott Mr. Blake Ells Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Erdreich, Jr. Mr. Sam Erwin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farish Mr. and Mrs. Marzette Fisher Dr. and Mrs. Keith Fleisher Mrs. Peggy M. Fortier Mr. and Mrs. Walton Foster Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Foster Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler Mr. Andrew F. Freeland, Jr. Ms. Jean S. Frey Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Germann Mr. and Mrs. Scott Gewant Mr. and Mrs. J. Sharp Gillespy, IV Mrs. Linda Goode Mrs. Samuel E. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Gray The Honorable and Mrs. Arthur Green Ms. Jan C. Greer Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Griggs Mrs. Stephanie Gurley Ms. Susan Hagen Ms. Pamela Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher D. Harvey III Mrs. Paula S. Haynes Dr. Sarah Hays Ms. Lida I. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Pete Holby Ms. Valerie W. Holley Mr. and Mrs. Alex R. Hood Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. J. Terry Humber Mrs. Michelle Hyde Drs. James C. Jacobi & Mrs. Dodi C. Jacobi Ms. Becky Jennings Mr. and Mrs. W. Richard Johns Mr. Brian Johnson Mrs. Rhonda Jones Dr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Jones Dr. Suzanne Judd Ms. Karen Kelly Mr. Robert D. Kemp Mrs. Benjamin E. Kidd, III Mr. Jason Kirby & Mr. Ben Faucher Mrs. Cass Klimcak D.M.D.,P.C. Mr. Andrew B. Krebbs Mr. Jack Krueger Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lamb Nancy and Lamar Latimer Mr. and Mrs. Cheney Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levine Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis Ms. Hope Long

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lott, Jr. Mrs. Beverly M. Lucas Mrs. Suzanne Lucas Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Mackey Mr. John Manion Mrs. Patti A. Mason Mr. Virgil A. Mathews Mrs. Catherine Mauldin Mrs. Virginia R. May Mr. Hunter McBrayer Ginny McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGahey Mr. and Mrs. Mike McLeod Brooke McMinn Mrs. Lynne McTyre Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mizzell Mr. and Mrs. Whit J. Montgomery Sherry & Jerry Moore Mrs. Jane Moore Mrs. Mary Jean Morawetz Ms. Dorothy A. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Matt Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Ashok V. Mujumdar Mr. and Mrs. John T. Natter Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Naughton Dr. and Mrs. Steve Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nix Ms. Lana Olson Mr. and Mrs. Dale Onstine Mr. and Mrs. Cliff O’Rear Mr. James E. Parrish Mrs. Cryshelle S. Patterson Mrs. Tonya Payne Summer Perez and Joshua McLeroy Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Perry Mr. Anthony Perry Dr. and Mrs. Banks Petrey Mrs. Beverly Pettagrue Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pool Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Ramsay, II Mr. and Mrs. John Randolph Ms. Ruth Reichwein Ms. Betty Taylor Renneker Mr. Drew Rickel & Dr. Jennifer Rickel Ms. Debbie Roberts Ms. Mary Roebuck Mrs. Audrey Sanford Ms. Michelle Schaffert Mrs. Sara Schilleci Mr. Thames Schoenvogel Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Scott, III Ms. Virginia Scruggs Mr. and Mrs. George Sherling Dr. and Mrs. Gene Siegal Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sisson Ms. Leigh Sloss-Corra Ms. Donna Slovensky Anne Smith Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Smith Mr. Allen Smith Mrs. Joy D. Smith Mr. Ted Snow Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spence Miss Anne Lanier Stanfield Dr. Shirley Steele Mr. Taylor Steele Mr. and Mrs. Jason D. Stein Fran Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stone Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stribling Mr. O. David Taunton Ms. Kathy Taylor Mr. Ken Taylor and Ms. Susan K. Dana

Memberships received between

1 .1 .1 5 -2 .2 8 .1 5

Mr. and Mrs. Brock Tompkins Mr. W. Scott Townsend Dr. Benjamin Tuck Mr. Arthur Tyson Eva & Alexander Vare Dr. and Mrs. Will Varnell Dr. Alan Vines and Dr. Patti Vines Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Vitalis Judy & Ralph Wackenhut Mr. and Mrs. Robin A. Wade, III Mr. and Mrs. Macbeth Wagnon, Jr. Ms. Rona A. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warburton Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Warren, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Weatherford, Jr. Mr. Johnny White Ms. and Ms. Robyn White Ms. Anna C. White Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams Mrs. Melissa Williams Mr. Steven Hodges and Ms. Janice H. Williams Ms. Teresa Williams Murray & Wayne Williamson Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson Ms. Linda M. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wilson Mrs. Rebecca Wingett Mrs. Joann S. Wissinger Mr. and Mrs. James H. Woodson Mrs. Cheryl H. Wooten

Trillium $45-59

Ms. Ardis Albany Mrs. Betsy Allison Mrs. Dorothy T. Ashby Mrs. Cheri Aycock Mr. and Mrs. Nic Balanis Ms. Carol Ball Mr. and Mrs. F. Holden Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Baynes Ms. Ann Best Mrs. Margaret H. Bish Ms. Kris Blevons Ms. Allison Boone Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bowling Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Brannon Dr. and Mrs. Edward Bromberg Mrs. James J. Bushnell Mrs. Helen Campbell Mrs. Elissa Capps Mr. and Mrs. John A. Carr Ms. Suzanne G. Clisby Ms. Stacey Cohen and Mr. Joel Rondebush Mr. and Mrs. Coffee Colvin Ms. Peggy Comer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook Ms. Mary Lynda Crockett Mrs. William N. Culp, Jr. Mrs. Anita Dark Ms. Margaret Davis Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Day, III Ms. Diane Dickinson Dr. and Mrs. Kyle Echols Mrs. George Bondurant Elliott Mrs. Laurie M. Elmets Mrs. William G. Faulkner, Jr. Ms. Meribeth Fisher Ms. Rita Freeman Ms. Judy Gardner Mrs. Michael Gilliam Mr. Jared Greenlaw Mrs. Patricia Hardy Mrs. Martha B. Hastings Mrs. Myra W. Healy Mr. William Hough Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kiell Dr. Karen Larsen

Mrs. Rebecca Lazenby Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leader Dr. Mark Mankowski Ms. Linda G. Massey Ms. Ann McAdams Ms. Kay McArdle Mrs. Elizabeth G. McKean Mr. John M. Mehler Ms. Carol Melton Ms. Margaret R. Monaghan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Monk Mrs. Linda Nowlin Ms. Adrienne L. O’Brien Mrs. Ethel N. Owen Mr. Edward W. Parish Mr. and Mrs. Billy Pennington Mrs. Suzanne Peterson Mrs. Louis H. Pfau Mrs. Judy Pinson Ms. Linda Powers Mrs. Belle Prosser Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Rawls Mrs. Katherine S. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Norm Remick Ms. Jean Rhone Mr. and Mrs. Sims Rhyne III Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Richards Ms. Dolores D. Rogers Ms. Gloria M. Roque Ms. Charlotte Rothermal Dr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Rousso Ms. Julia Rushing Mrs. David N. Ryan Mrs. Carolyn Sankey Mr. John Schoppert, Jr. Ms. Karen Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mell G. Smith Mrs. Judith F. Thomason Mrs. Betty B. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Townsend Mrs. Sharon Treece Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Tropeano Ms. Marilyn Waggoner Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Walthaw, Jr. Mr. John Weathers Ms. Sue Webb Ms. Renee West Mrs. June Wheelock Mrs. W. W. Winfree, Jr.

G a r d e n S u p p o rt e r s

new&renewing new&renewing members

Young Professional

Dr. Jenna J. Belcher and Mr. John B. Belcher Ms. Rachel Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DuMontier Mr. and Mrs. Doug Foshee Mr. Jonathan Haynes Mrs. Angela Holley Mrs. Ashley Kaple Dr. and Mrs. Mark Little Mr. James Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Pinkerton Dr. Tori Anderson Miss Caroline Brady Mrs. Kathryn Chambliss Mr. Ian Dexter Ms. Marguerite Gray Ms. Rachel Hebert Ms. Jeanne Kelly Mrs. Erin McGarrah Mrs. Eddie P. Ort III Ms. Laura Prim Mrs. Elizabeth Ratliff

Student

Ms. Emma Antaillia Mr. Jeffrey Bittinger Mr. and Mrs. Williams Jones III Mr. Steven Knop

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