Gaillardia CIRCLE
Organized in 1950 as the
Gaillardia Circle of the Garden Club of St. Augustine, Inc.

PROJECT
Garden Therapy, Beach Conservation

MEETING TIME
Third Tuesday – 1:00 PM

OFFICERS






STANDING COMMITTEES
Co-President
Co-President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Margo Pomar
Barbara Raynor
Trudi Edenfield
Robyn Villella
Dodie Pohrer
Inspiration
Historian
Horticulture
Hosts
Membership
Programs
Publicity
Sunshine
Tour of Homes
Robyn Villella
Jeannine Silcox
Celeste Burns
Trudi Edenfield
Peg Barnard
Trudi Edenfield
Robyn Villella
Rebecca Gardner
Trudi Edenfield, Lynn Gardner
Garden Club of St. Augustine, Inc.
Founded in 1926
PROGRAMS

September 19, 2017
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Fall Gardens” with Keith Fuller
HOSTS:  Andris Duffy, Trudi Edenfield

October 17, 2017
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Crime Prevention Taskforce” with Brian Macneel
HOSTS:  Barbie Raynor, Craig Raynor

November 8, 2017
Hosts for the Club Meeting and Garden of the Month

November 21, 2017
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  Christmas Tour of Homes Workshop
HOSTS:  Dodie Pohrer, Martha Miller

December 3, 2017
Tour of Homes 12:00 – 5:00PM

December 19, 2017
PLACE:  Restaurant (To be advised) Time: 11:30AM
PROGRAM:  Christmas Luncheon and Gift Exchange
HOSTS:  All Members

January 16, 2018
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “My Favorite Plant” and plant exchange
HOSTS:  Peg Barnard, Lynn Gardner

February 20, 2018
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Florida Frugal Gardening” with Denise Hagen
HOSTS:  Gwen Harvey, Barbara Novack, Sarah Moore

March 20, 2018
PLACE:  The St. Johns River
PROGRAM:  Field Trip to Saturiwa Conservation Area
HOSTS:  Margo Pomar, Celeste Burns

April 17, 2018
PLACE:  Garden Center
PROGRAM:  “Vermiculture” with Dave Wilcox
HOSTS:  Dottie Hudson, Jeannine Silcox

May 15, 2018
PLACE:  Restaurant (To be advised). Note: Time: 11:30AM
PROGRAM:  End of Year Luncheon
HOSTS:  All Members
Gaillardia, native of the American prairie, is a
member of the composite family and is listed
as a perennial, annual and wildflower.  
The flowers are a mixture
of red and yellow or a solid of either color.
Gaillardia thrives in sandy soil, with little or no
cultivation making it excellent for beach areas.