Hello Horticulture Enthusiasts!
It’s back and better than ever! In case you missed out on the sneak peek preview sale, you still have two more opportunities to come and pick out your perfect poinsettias! With 16 varieties, from the sparkling speckles of Red Glitter to the striking variegation of Tapestry Red to the snowlike Alaska White there’s sure to be a variety for you! All 6.5″ pots are $10 each averaging 3 to 6 blooms per plant. We accept cash and check only, sorry no credit cards are accepted at this time. We hope to see you there!
Hello Horticulture Club!
- Micheal and Zavian carved out a win in the pumpkin carving contest while Thomas and Melissa came dressed to win the costume contest!
- The pumpkins left behind from the contest are being displayed on the wall between the horticulture head house LS 114A and the greenhouse!
- The photos left behind from the photo booth are being displayed in the horticulture study room LS104 on the top of the bulletin board!
Thank you to all that attended the first NVCC Horticulture Club meeting of the 2022-2023 School Year!
During this meeting, we voted for new club officers, settled dates for upcoming events throughout the semester, and had a great plant giveaway.
Your new club officers are:
Emily Allma- Co-President
Melissa Whistleman- Co-President
Cherica Ibarra- Vice President
Kyra Longacre- Treasurer
Megan Callihan- Secretary
Please make sure to give them a warm welcome and your support as they grow into their roles.
The events outlined by the club in the first meeting are as follows:
Horticulture Haunt: Pumpkin Carving and Costume Contest Thursday, October 20th, 2022 4:30-6:30pm LS 102
-Come by to Carve your best pumpkin or drop off your submission prior to the meeting
-Winner of the Carving and Costume Contest will be voted on by club members via google form that will be sent out following the meeting
-Winners from each contest will receive an amazingly haunted Horticulture Prize
Fall Color Frolicks: November Hikes to view the amazing splendor of our area celebrating the change of the seasons
Monday, November 7th, 10am Bear’s Den Scenic Overlook Hike Bluemont, VA
Monday, November 14th, 10am Hemlock Overlook Hike Clifton, VA
Keep an eye out on your inbox or the Horticulture Blog for more details to come including meeting locations.
December Big Fat Feild Trip: A field trip paid for by the horticulture club to a place or event of interest as a celebration of the successful completion of the Fall Poinsettia Sale
Saturday, December 3rd, or Sunday, December 4th All Day location to be determined through Club Member Voting
Voting Form https://forms.gle/3Mju12euTKN3mEnK7
If you missed the first Fall meeting, but would still like to be a member of NVCC’s Horticulture Club, please fill out the following form in its entirety and email it to email@example.com