Volunteers are needed to work alongside our members to prune roses, clean up leaves, weed, and debris, and to work at the sales table. For members, time spent working in the Rose Garden counts as service time required for the Council of Albuquerque Garden Clubs. Continue reading
The show will display several hundred plants, including some of the finest specimens from many different private collections in our region, including many of our society’s members. However, you do not need to be a member to exhibit plants. Please bring your very best cacti and succulents to be exhibited at this show. Entries are accepted at the Albuquerque Garden Center on Friday, 10 April, from 1 PM to 8 PM. Continue reading
Friday April 24 from 1 pm-6 pm and Saturday April 25 from 8am-noon. If the last freeze in the Valley is Cinco de Mayo, then this is the right time to be buying new plants. Find heirloom tomato seedlings, locally-grown bedding plants, annuals, herbs, perennials, xeric plants, dahlia bulbs, daylilies, hanging baskets, container plants, African violets and houseplants – all at one location. Free admission and free parking. Proceeds benefit the Council and member clubs.