• Gardeners on the Rocks

    SUN CITY Lincoln Hills Garden Group - One of the oldest clubs at Lincoln Hills. Guided by a supportive and active Steering Committee, we offer monthly General Meetings with highly qualified speakers on all aspects of gardening. We sponsor Garden Shows (Bonsai, Flower and Rose), host a local Home Garden Tour, organize Plant Sales for Lincoln Civic Projects, and provide Field Trips, Socials, and Classes.

    Our purpose is to: Acquire knowledge about gardening techniques, stimulate interest in landscape projects, expose the membership to horticulture, and enjoy camaraderie among members.

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  • Each field trip may or may not have a fee. That will be determined based on where we are going. If the field trip requires carpooling, we will meet at a designated parking lot, KC or OC, and a $$ donation to the driver will be asked for on the application, then given in cash to the driver.

    Applications will be e-mailed, be online, or at one of our meetings when we are able to meet. If you are new to the club and have not signed a waiver, you will need Gardenone sent to you. Until we are able to meet at Kilaga, please e-mail the Field Trip Co-Chairs, Pat Murphy (pmurphy622@yahoo.com) and Pam Miller (pamelam134@gmail.com) to let them know that you will be attending a field trip, then give them your application at the destination.


  • Two Pending Field Trips - 2023

    Two more field trips are currently in the planning stages at this time for later in year, but firm dates have not been set yet at this time.  As soon as dates are known, we will update the website with that information!

  • March 7, 2023 - Wastewater Treatment Plant (9:30am - 11:30am)

    There will be sign-ups at the January 26, 2023 General Meeting for the Wasterwater Treatment Tour in Roseville, which will be on March 7, 2023 from 9:30am to 11:30am (no cost.) The Garden Group needs to confirm the head count by January 30, 2023. The tour takes two hours, and is all outside.  We will be on our feet the entire time and the distance is about a mile. We are required to wear long pants and close-toed shoes.  They will provide hard hats, vests, and audio hearing devices.  We can from carpools at Orchard Creek earlier in the morning.



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