• 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.

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  • Bring a sack lunch and folding chair. $10.00/person. An $5.00 ride share fee will be required for your driver. Maximum 30 guests, minimum 10.

    1221 Harder Ave Woodland, Ca 95776 530-668-0660

    Organic honey products including Honey Mead, Beer and Honey Wine (charges for tasting alcohol) Beautiful walking gardens with Bee happy plants plus tour of facility. Forty guests allowed.

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  • 1125 Joe Murer Court, Folsom 916-413-9231 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST, 10:30 AM

    Bring your sack lunch and a folding chair. $3.00 to your carpool driver. $5.00 tour fee. After lunch, go for a stroll in Old Town Folsom.

    Tour the garden,1925 home and museum of Italian renascence man Joe Murer who in the early 20th century contributed greatly to the Folsom community.

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  • Bring a sack lunch and folding chair. An $5.00 ride share fee will be required for your driver. There is a $5.00 fee for this tour. No guess limit.

    10148 Oak Canyon Dr. Penn Valley, Ca 530-412-1277

    20 acres of lush trees, whimsical vignettes, ponds and gardens. Some uneven terrain in areas. Unlimited guests allowed.

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  • June 23 Speaker - Joe Janisch
    Growing Veggies in Containers

    Joe Janisch

    Painter, Gardener and Naturalist

    Joe is a California native, born in San Francisco and educated as a fisheries biologist at Humboldt State University. He has traveled and worked as a biologist in Indiana and Arizona and has returned to his home state after thirty years of managing fisheries resources and gardening from the Mississippi to the Colorado River.

    After many years of artistic training and gardening in three different states during his travels, he has continued to produce a variety of art and backyard gardens. In 2003 he retired to Fort Bragg and then in 2017 moved to Lincoln, California where gardening and painting occupy his days.

    After spending the last 40 years away from California, I am back and enjoying the weather and natural resources that California has to offer. Because Lincoln Hills presents unique gardening challenges, I have found that container gardening for veggies is the best way to go. After five years of growing a wide variety of veggies, I have found that they can be grown year round through continues rotation.

  • An Invitation From Your President

    First I want to thank all the people in the past who have kept this organization going in such a great, positive way.  We are all benefiting in many ways.  The Steering Committee has evolved into a fun, busy, talented group of people who love flowers and plants.  I am so happy to have been voted your president for 2022 and 2023. I am looking forward to the next show and the next meeting and the next field trip, etc!!

    Now, I have an invitation to anyone, who may want to be more involved, to come and participate with us. We have a few options that are available.

    Let’s start with our Webmaster. This person would need to be somewhat comfortable working on a computer and interested in learning the fun of creating on a website (if that was not your expertise already).  Some Graphic Design experience would be awesome. The website needs updating regularly and is an important way we keep in touch with our membership. This position is a member of the Steering Committee and will be interacting with other members regularly.

    The 2023 Garden Tour Chairpersons (3) are also open for appointment at this time.  This is one of the most loved of our activities, the GardenTour.  If you would like to be involved in a leadership role please contact me.

    The 2023 Flower Show is waiting for a creative leader to shine.  Lots of options for a fun display.

    Thanks for your interest and ideas!

    Robin Juhasz, President SCLH Garden Group

    916 899-2382

    robinartist88@gmail.com

  • 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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  • 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.