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Lincoln Garden Club Home Station Park What We Do Conservation Join Us Members’ Area Contact Home We are a group that enjoys sharing our gardening skills and learning from others. Working together, members make the club a lively and successful organization that contributes to the community. Please click here for more information about membership. Tickets for the Sunday, June 4 Tree Tour and Reception are available here. Click here to register for the Tree Tour and pay by mailing a check or with paypal. Click on the image below to view the inside of the invitation. Click here for Photo Contest Rules Garden Club will give a Hydration Station to the Town for Station Park Agnes is pleased to report that on July 13 the Selectmen voted to accept our gift of $5,000 for a hydration station at Station Park. They were really delighted by the idea and very appreciative of the Garden Club for donating the hydration station. James Craig has used the Elkay station in Concord both for himself and his dog. Renel Fredriksen commented that they want the town to be biker friendly and this supports that objective. They sincerely thanked the Garden Club. Also, they loved the idea that we were inspired to do this by the 8th grade initiative for a hydration station at the school. Our hydration will be granite and similar to the one in Concord. To Record Your Heirloom Seed Planting, click her. Saturday, April 30th, 10 a.m. at DeCordova Museum On Saturday, April 30 at 10:00 a.m., an arborist from Sav A Tree will be giving a workshop on general pruning techniques. The demonstration will take place at the DeCordova Museum. This workshop is open to town residents as well as garden club members and is free of charge. Those attending the workshop should plan to meet in the parking lot at the DeCordova. just outside of their gift shop. Garden Club Plant Sale is May 7th, 2016 Codman Barn Lincoln 9-1 Why Heirloom Ornamental Plants Matter By: Maureen T. O’Brien Many heirloom plants traveled great distances across the sea and across our country, transported by wistful immigrants, travelers and explorers as a re- membrance of times past, places they loved or as an example of the exotic. Others derive from our native wildflowers. While an authoritative definition for heirloom plants is elusive, there are traits associated with these plants: some discernible, others intangible. Heirloom plants appeared in American gardens in the past. They populated our grand- mother’s gardens; others were specimens in historic landscapes. Many sur- vived as pass-along plants, propagated between generations and gardeners. They are reliable, disease resistant, fragrant and underused. They are associ- ated with happy memories, romance and spiritual experiences with nature. Heirlooms are not necessarily better than the new plants filling our garden cen- ters and catalogs. Rather they provide a link to our past and the foundation for our future in horticulture. Heirlooms add variety to our gardens. Unlike many of today’s engineered hybrids, heirlooms are fragrant, fertile and hardy. They may be tall, quirky and colorful with precious blooms and foliage, and several are deer resistant. Heirlooms reproduce naturally and facilitate Nature choosing the next star in the garden via natural selection. Many heirloom ornamental plants are in danger of being lost forever—not through natural extinction but by human intervention. Just as there are fashions in clothes and furnishings, there are fashions in plants. Plants go in and out of style. Today our gardens are filled with innovative, compact and thrilling new cultivars. Many are here today and gone tomorrow. Others are tomorrow’s heirlooms. Most are the result of genetic engineering and leave no room in the marketplace for tried and true heirloom varieties. Why should we care? Heirloom plants maintain our planet’s biodiversity and document our history. Unlike clothes or furnishings that can be reproduced from images and patterns, plants regenerate through their DNA. Once lost, that plant’s DNA is gone forever. Is there room for both new plants and heirlooms? Yes, but keeping the old va- rieties available is up to the public. We need to purchase heirloom plants, share them and grow them. Do your part this year and enter GCFM’s Historic Pres- ervation and Historic Garden Committee contest (see page 12) – Save an Heirloom Plant! (from the Winter Newsletter of the Massachusetts Federation) The Lincoln Garden Club is part of a program of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts to “Preserve American Heirloom Plants” for ourselves and for future generations. Heirloom plants are plants that appeared in American gardens in the past. Many survived as passalong plants, propagated between generations and gardeners. They are reliable, disease resistant, fragrant, and underused. They connect us with our family, our national roots, and provide lasting continuity between successive generations. These plants enrich our lives and our surroundings, but are in danger of fading into the past. The Lincoln Garden Club is part of a program of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts to “Preserve American Heirloom Plants” for ourselves and for future generations. It runs from May 1, 2016 – May 1, 2017. Please let us know what you planted either by visiting the Garden Club website and going to heirloom plant registration, by filling out the clipboard at a club meeting, or by emailing Belinda.gingrich@verizon.net. All plants listed are hardy to this zone and are available online at specialized nurseries and at Weston Nurseries especially if ordered in the early spring. In parenthesis is the first year there is primary source documentation that a plant was cultivated on American soil or offered by an American nursery. HEIRLOOM PLANTS LIST CLIMATE CHANGE: What Can We Do Locally and Globally? Lincoln residents have a long history of environmental leadership and conservation. Today, concern about climate change has many of us asking questions like these: What are fossil fuels and why should I care? After last winter, why are we still thinking about global warming? How does the new Mass Energy/Eversource renewable energy offering work and where does the energy come from? Is this the right time to consider installing solar panels on my home? At 7 p.m., Thursday, October 29 at Bemis Hall, Quentin Prideaux of the Climate Reality Project will help answer these and other questions about climate change. The Climate Reality Project was formed in 2006 to ‘catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society’. Prideaux is a Wellesley resident who joined the Climate Reality Project to help others grasp the enormity of this problem and take steps to solve it. Come to his talk to find out what you can do at the local level to understand and address this global problem. The public is invited to this event sponsored by the Lincoln Garden Club. This summer’s Sta...

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