Our Next Monthly Meeting is in September -- please see "Upcoming Events" below.
All of the Greely Gardeners Group monthly meetings are open to both members (membership cost is $10.00 a year) and non-members. There is a $2 admission fee for non-members at the monthly meetings; coffee, tea and 'treats' are served to all after the meetings. The Annual Spring Plant Sale is open to the general public, while other special events are restricted to members and their guests.
The monthly meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. in the Greely Community Centre,
located at 1448 Meadow Drive in Greely.

Upcoming Events --  2015

Saturday, June 20, 2015 - Members' Gardens Tour
        (members and guest only)
Saturday, July 25, 2015 - Field Trip to Perth Area Gardens
        (members and guest only)
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - Hydrangeas and Flowering Shrubs
        Guest speaker:  Suzanne Patry
Wednesday, October 7, 2015 - Growing Healthy Hostas
        Guest speaker:  Ann Frederking
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 - Floral Arranging for the Holidays
        Guest speaker:  Michelle VandenBosch
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 - Christmas Pot-Luck Dinner
        (members and guest only)

Coming in 2016
Thursday, January 7, 2016 - Lawn Care and Lawn Alternatives
        Guest speaker:  Mary Shearman Reid, Green Thumb Garden Centre
Thursday, February 4, 2016 - Growing Wonderful Plants from Seed
        Guest speaker:  Rebecca Last, Master Gardener
Thursday, March 3, 2016 - Pruning Shrubs and Small Trees
        Guest speaker:  Diane McClymont Peace, Master Gardener

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Events from 2014 and Previous Years --
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Emerald Ash Borer Management Plan

A link to information regarding the Ash Tree Replacement Program being planned by the City of Ottawa as part of its Emerald Ash Borer Management Plan (EABMP) is available in this link

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For our members, we have organized the Members's Gardens Tour (June 20)
 and a
Field Trip to Perth Area Gardens (July 25).

For further information, contact Lee at 613-574-0214.
Other Recent News and Related Information
Share Your Garden Photos
        At both the March and April monthly meeting, we asked members to consider sending pictures of your favourite garden plant or garden renovations for posting on the Greely Gardeners Group website.

        One consideration is to submit your favourite garden photos of the 2015 season. In the spring, our gardens are changing almost every day with perennials pushing up at different times. This is an excellent time to capture these beautiful plants in the various stages of development. Some our the best pictures can be taken on a bring spring morning. Why not take some pictures of your favourite plants as they return to your garden and send them to us. Naturally, your favourite plants could show themselves best any time of the year:  spring bulbs and brilliant roses in May or June; native perennials at the height of bloom in mid-summer; vegetables as they ripen; or the brilliant fall flowers and leaves as September comes around.

        As a second consideration for picture taking, it was suggested that a few pictures could be taken if you are planning a change to your garden. If you are planning to design a new garden bed, to redesign an existing bed or to add a structural element like a trellis or pergola; an obelisk or possibly a statue; a pond or water feature; or a work of art, it would be interesting to see your project as it develops. Take a few pictures of the project -- before you start, during your work and of course after you have finished the 'new look'.  A useful thing to remember is to take each picture of your project from the same spot, trying to hold the camera in the same way for each picture. A series of close-up pictures and a series of pictures taken a little further away will result in showing the details of the new plantings as well as the overall effect of the changes that your have made.

        If you have photos to share, please send them to us at:



        If you have any questions, please contact Lee Nickerson by telephone at 613-574-0214 or by e-mail at: