Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 7:00pm

In-person and Virtual Meeting

Join us at our new meeting location or from home! (see below for details)

Speaker: Leslie Milbury

Presentation: Flower Power

Would you like to capture the essence of your garden to enjoy it year round?

Leslie will share some tips to improve your floral photographs; whether it’s specimens from your own garden or display gardens you have visited.

Photography is a terrific companion hobby for gardeners  and an excellent way to share our love of horticulture.

FLOWER PARADES

At the May and June meetings, you will have the opportunity to “show off”: if you have a flower in your garden that you would like to show all of us, please cut it and place it in a little vase, and bring it to the meeting. There will be no judging as in years past, but we do have a participation prize for all members who bring at least one flower at the May meeting. 

Because there is no judging, we cannot call this a “flower show”, so we thought of a parade: we can line up all our vases as if in line for a parade!

In June, to follow the suggestion from the folks who planned the Year of the Garden, we would like to see red flowers, but again, the parade can be multi-coloured… because we love all flowers!

A little tip: if you need a small vase, there are quite a few at Value Village.

To Join GK Online with Zoom:

Members: watch for your June issue of The Columbine to register by June 8th.

Non-members: if you are interested in joining this zoom session, become a member. It’s only $20 to join, and there are many member benefits. Fill out the Membership form here and email it to kingstonhortsoc@gmail.com.

To Join in Person:

Our meeting location is 2nd floor hall of the Kingston Unitarian Place, located at 206 Concession Street, Kingston, between MacDonnell Street and Victoria Street. Parking is at the back of the building.

KUF can be reached by using Kingston Transit. Route 16 runs by KUF every half hour from Monday to Saturday, and hourly on evenings and Sunday. Buses also run along Princess Street, three blocks away from KUF, every 15 minutes Monday to Saturday. For more information, check out Kingston Transit.