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Florida Native Plant

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Esperanza or Yellow Trumpet Bush
(Tecoma stans)

A fast growing shrub that can get 12-20 ft tall and 6-8 ft. wide. The golden blossoms, which attract butterflies and hummingbirds, contrast against the plants bright green foliage. Flowers best in full sun to part shade.


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 Theme for Year 2014-2015

"Gardening to Enhance the Environment"

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The purpose of The Garden Club at Palm Coast, Inc. is: “To aid in the protection and conservation of plants, birds, trees, air, and water; to stimulate a knowledge and love of horticulture and floral design; to educate members to participate in environmental affairs and to encourage civic pride.”





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  Fall Scholarship Fundraising 

The Club is now selling fresh Christmas Wreaths as to raise money for its scholarship program.  Members are encouraged to purchase a wreath and to sell  as many as they can to family, friends and neighbors.
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Our next monthly meeting:  Monday, November 10, 2014 Join Us   

The Garden Club at Palm Coast, Inc.

P.O. Box 352153
Palm Coast, FL  32135-2153



    Nov.   3         Board Meeting

    Nov.  10        General Membership Mtg. Join Us
    Nov.  18         Arrangers' Guild Mtg.
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        "Let us never forget that the cultivation
        of the earth is the most important labor
        of man. When tillage begins, other arts
        follow. The farmers, therefore, are the founders
        of civilization.

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