Try something new this fall – create a gift for family, friends, or yourself. Join us in the gourd painting area at the Harvest Fair between 9am and 4pm either (or both) Friday or Saturday. Cost will be from $5 to $30 depending on the size of the gourd.
Fall Plant Sale * Arts & Crafts * Ristra Demonstration * Gourd Painting * Harvest Vegetables * Fabulous Garden Shop * Food, Fun, and More
Meetings are held on Mondays (generally the first Monday unless there’s a holiday) at 4:00 pm.
Come join us in the Patio Room at the Garden Center (10120 Lomas in Albuquerque between Wyoming and Eubank) to sample some great books. No need to belong to a plant club or society although it is a great way to meet members of them.
We sell copies of all the books in the Garden Shop at 10% off list up until the night the book is read. And, remember, as a non-profit, our books are sold tax-free.
Don’t have time to read the book? No worries, just come join us for conversation and light snacks. We begin each session with about 10 or 15 minutes of video related to the book so you can learn a bit from that as well as from the discussion.
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The Cactus and Succulent Society of New Mexico meets the third Friday of most months in the Patio Room of the Garden Center. Educational and entertaining presentations usually begin at about 7:45 p.m. Visitors are welcome. Please join us to learn more about these fascinating plants, or just enjoy the beautiful pictures of plants and places many of us will never have the opportunity to visit.
2019 Executive Committee members of the Council
President: Shirley Tetreault—Uptown Garden Club
1st VP: Mary Noskin—High Desert Design Club
2nd VP: Regina Hampton- Master Gardener
Recording Secretary: Sarah Bianco-Council Flower Show
Corresponding Secretary: Joan Higgs
Treasurer: Jewel Cutter—High Desert Design Club
Director: Carl Soderberg–African Violet Club
Director: Keith Mead—Orchid Society
Director: Carolyn McCloskey—Master Gardener