Myrtle spurge, also known as donkey’s tail or burro’s tail, is a drought-tolerant plant native to Europe and Asia Minor. It was brought to the western U.S. as an ornamental, but unfortunately it is highly invasive. When ripe, its seeds pop out of their capsules and can travel as far as 15 feet. A patch […]
This creative poster by Grant Vanten Akker was not a Rocky Mountain Region winner, but it took 1st place at the state level for Utah.
This fun entry was submitted by a student in South Dakota.
This poster by Ryan Woodbury was not the winning entry this year, but it is so charming that we wanted to share it with everyone. Good work, Ryan!
by Klohie Zeiger of Malta, MT
In the spring of 2017, Sandy visited the children’s garden at Howard Driggs Elementary School, a program that our past president Connie MacKay was instrumental in setting up. Connie writes: “So sorry to learn about Sandy’s death. Her visit to Utah in 2017 was delightful. She took the time not only to speak to the […]
It is with a heavy heart that we must inform you that former NGC President, Sandra H. Robinson passed away today, March 22, 2021. Sandy served as President of National Garden Clubs, Inc. from 2015-2017 with a theme of “Leap Into Action”. Sandy may have been small in stature but had a heart as big […]
by Ella Hampshire of Holladay, UT
by Grace Woodbury of Holladay, UT
by Isaac Mitchell of Holladay, UT