For National Garden Week, June 3-9, Calusa Garden Club donated floral designs made by their members to Marco Island public spaces for display.
Five Marco Island businesses and organizations participated in the weeklong event, chaired by Garden Club member Connie Lowery. They were Marco Island Civic Association, Marco Island City Hall, Mutual of Omaha Bank, Marco Island YMCA and the Marco Island Branch of the Collier County Public Library.
Calusa Garden Club members Opi DeFalco, Connie Lowery, Sue Oldershaw, Lindy Kowalczyk, Sara Wolf and Marianne Foley purchased the flowers and containers for the floral designs, designed the arrangements, and then placed them in the public spaces that chairperson Connie Lowery had worked with for the event. The photos show the designers placing their designs at the participating organizations that helped the Calusa Garden Club publicize National Garden Week.
Calusa Garden Club of Marco Island is a member of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs and membership is open to those interested in horticulture, floral design and environmental matters residing five months or more in Collier County.
Calusa Garden Club of Marco Island meets the second Monday of each month, October through March, at Wesley United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 350 S. Barfield Drive, Marco Island. Business meetings begin at 12:30 PM and programs begin at 1:15 PM. Calusa Garden Club welcomes visitors interested in our educational programs and visitors interested in membership. Contact the Garden Club at email@example.com, or on the Garden Club’s website, calusa.org, or visit the Club’s Facebook page Calusa Garden Club.