• Garden Group Name Badge

    Get an Official Lincoln Hills Garden Group Name Badge! Wear it at Club events to identify you as a member. It has easy-to-read lettering and the badge includes your name and the Club's name. It also has the club Logo. (See the sample.) The order form link is below. The cost is $10.00 each, tax & shipping included. Just complete the order form and mail to the vendor in Texas. They are shipped by First Class Mail and should typically be receive within 5 – 10 business days after the order is received by the vendor.  If you have questions, please contact Al Soares (Webmaster) @ tincupal@sbcglobal.net.

     

    Order Form (click here)

  • Volunteers are Needed

    VOLUNTEERS are needed for the Garden Group activities to fill some positions this year. Some are for one time only tasks, others for monthly, others for Co-Chairs, etc. We will be looking for help from our membership for a variety of events throughout the year. You will be assisted with whatever ones you select. Find a friend who may want to work with you & our fun/friendly team! Some are needed now-others later at events-TBA:

    Two or more people to Co-Chair “The Home Garden Tour” in late April

    Two or more people to Co-Chair the” Flower Show”-possibly May

    Two or more people to help with monthly “Brown Bag Sales” at meetings

    Contact:

    Vice President - Melaney Baker, 707-704-4577, melmombaker@gmail.com

  • January Speaker - Gillian Gray

  • An Armchair Tour of the English Countryside

    Glimpse the glorious gardens and intriguing historical places only found deep in the English countryside. Explore 2000 years of gardens and history from the archaeological remains of a Roman palace and garden, through the Medieval and Tudor eras to Edwardian and contemporary sites.

    Glimpse the glorious gardens and intriguing historical places only found deep in the English countryside. Explore 2000 years of gardens and history from the archaeological remains of a Roman palace and garden, through the Medieval and Tudor eras to Edwardian and contemporary sites.

    Gardens and nature have always inspired Gillian—ever since her childhood exploring the layered woods, fields and streams of Sussex, gathering bluebells and getting muddy. Her grandfather worked as nurseryman for the Duke of Northumberland. Both her parents were keen gardeners. Not surprisingly, she followed in their footsteps right down to earning her degree in Environmental Sciences. She is passionate about sustainability and takes every opportunity to expand her knowledge.



    While working for the Parks and Recreation Department of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Gillian encountered the Chelsea Flower Show. She was hooked! After moving to California in 1998, she joined her local Garden Club, qualified as a University of California Master Gardener and became a Docent at the UC Botanical Garden in Berkeley.


    Rose and Heather Tours (click here)

  • Garden Group Activities

  • Annual Fund Raiser to Benefit Lincoln Civic Garden Projects.

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    Annual Plant Sale

    Annual Plant Sale

    Annual Fund Raiser to Benefit Lincoln Civic Garden Projects.

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  • We meet on the third Thursday of each month in the Terra Cotta Room at Kilaga Springs Lodge from 2:00 - 4:00 PM.

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    Bonsai Group

    Bonsai Group

    We meet on the third Thursday of each month in the Terra Cotta Room at Kilaga Springs Lodge from 2:00 - 4:00 PM.

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  • The Event Calendar will list all Meetings, Shows & Special Events for the current calendar year.

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    Event Calendar

    Event Calendar

    The Event Calendar will list all Meetings, Shows & Special Events for the current calendar year.

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  • Each field trip will cost $3.00 to attend and are open to our current members. You can meet us at the location or car pool.

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    Field Trips

    Field Trips

    Each field trip will cost $3.00 to attend and are open to our current members. You can meet us at the location or car pool.

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  • Members are encouraged to bring a single specimen flower or a bunch of flowers from your garden to share with the community.

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    Flower Show

    Flower Show

    Members are encouraged to bring a single specimen flower or a bunch of flowers from your garden to share with the community.

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  • Are you ready for some ideas to spruce up your yard, maybe make a few changes, or just enjoy a refreshing look at what others have done with their yards?

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    Home Garden Tour

    Home Garden Tour

    Are you ready for some ideas to spruce up your yard, maybe make a few changes, or just enjoy a refreshing look at what others have done with their yards?

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  • Highly qualified speakers are invited to present and entertain our members on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Kilaga Springs Presentation Hall.

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    Monthly Meetings

    Monthly Meetings

    Highly qualified speakers are invited to present and entertain our members on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Kilaga Springs Presentation Hall.

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  • The rose show is a judged competition open to all LHGG members. Each household may bring up to 5 single roses, and 2 flower arrangements containing roses.

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    Rose Show

    Rose Show

    The rose show is a judged competition open to all LHGG members. Each household may bring up to 5 single roses, and 2 flower arrangements containing roses.

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  • Our Latest Posts (aka Blog)

  • December 2021 Newsletter

    December 18, 2021 | Blog

    Hello Gardeners! The attachment below includes reminders and info about this month and next...remember there is no Garden Group (GG) General Meeting in December. Information about our first General

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  • The pictures from the Holiday Luncheon have been posted to the Photos page. Check it out -  (click here) 

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  • Presidents Letter for 2021

    November 12, 2021 | Blog

    Well here we are, almost to the end of 2021. Who would have thought in 2019 we would be on such a roller-coaster. First of all I want to thank the members of the Garden Group Steering Committee for

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  • Community Activities

  • The City of Lincoln Community Garden (CG) is in its fifth year.  It is a city lot on 3rd and E Street behind Walmart’s. 

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  • The Fruitvale Community Hall, also known as Fruitvale School, was one of the original country schools in the western part of Placer County. 

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  • SCLH Garden Group under the direction of Arden Bendorf and Carol Wilson, volunteers two people on a monthly basis to water and maintain the indoor plants at the Lincoln Library.  

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  • Summary of Garden Group community activities for 2019.

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  • Placer County Master Gardeners

    Hotline: 530-889-7388

    LHGG Master Gardeners are available before most General Meetings (1:30 - 2:00) to answer your gardening questions as well as the Brown Bag Sales outside the Presentation Hall.