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This issue of the GCFM newsletter puts us in the gateway of the holiday season: Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s and others. For me, the door closes this month on the outdoor gardening season. I’ll assess my successes and failures

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This summer came with the happiness the growing season brings to gardeners. At the same time, we are mourning several deaths in our garden club community. We received the very sad news that our first vice president Ann Vanosdol lost

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A busy spring has passed and an even busier summer awaits us! We live in Maine, Vacationland, and we garden. What more is there to say? Besides keeping up with our own flower and vegetable gardens, many of us will

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Fellow gardeners, we have turned the corner to a new season! With it are the early blooming flowers and the anticipation of what awaits us. We also welcome visitors, from the tiniest of pollinating insects to the humans who come

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March is a winter month in Maine, but April signals early spring. (President Harriet is enjoying winter in Maine with her son and granddaughter in photo.) As you read this newsletter you may be looking out at a white landscape,

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After a very busy summer and fall, your president is ready for a change of pace. For me, that means that I won’t be weeding and deadheading and digging but I will be reading and listening to lectures. I am

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It’s been a busy fall for GCFM. Bath Garden Club rededicated a Blue Star marker (see photo), St. Mary’s celebrated a ninetieth birthday, Penobscot District held an in person annual meeting postponed for over a year, and Maine hosted the

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