Members of the Ludlow Garden Club used a recent floral workshop to prepare a seasonal surprise for the community—stay tuned, said the club’s JoAnn Milza.
Ludlow As autumn wanes—and shorter days and colder weather settle in for a long winter’s nap—Ludlow Garden Club members aren’t bothered by a little ice or snow.
Remaining active during the colder months of the year, long after the calendula and decorative cabbage plants have been nipped by deep frosts, Ludlow members are happy to take on a number of interior-focused projects.
Remaining active during the colder months of the year, long after the calendula and ornamental cabbage plants have been nipped by deep frosts, Ludlow members are happy to take on a number of interior-focused projects.
According to JoAnn Milza, she and fellow club members are planning a big surprise to be unveiled at Ludlow’s mini park. While members gathered for a workshop recently, they were “mum”—pardon the botanical pun—about the result.
“The ladies have been very busy,” Milza said. “They used the workshop to prepare decorations for a great surprise at the mini park. Stay alert and focused and warm up those vocal cords; more information will be available as the event approaches.”
The club provides education, resources and networking opportunities for its Ludlow-area members. It also helps promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic, and environmental responsibility.
Milza noted that club activities throughout the year relate to home gardening, education, native plants, low-maintenance landscaping, sustainability, conservation, environment, philanthropy, volunteerism and floral and landscape design.