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The Landscape Garden Club

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The Villages Landscape Garden Club meets the 3rd Monday of every month, September through May. The next meeting is:

Monday, February 18th
2:30 3:30 p.m.
Laurel Manor Recreation Center

The topic of February's presentation is Alternatives to Citrus. Why alternatives? Citrus diseases killing trees like Canker and Citrus Greening.

Shown are Loquat, Persimmon, Leechee, Fig & Peach trees.

Ed Johnson, IFAS (Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences) Sumter County Master Gardener, will present other fruit that can take the place of citrus in your landscape. Ed volunteered for the IFAS Extension in Citrus County in their plant clinics for 6 years. Upon relocating from Citrus Hills to The Villages in 2007, he continued volunteering for the IFAS Sumter County Extension, doing this for 17 years now.

Plant Exchange

We will be doing a plant exchange table at this meeting. Please bring plants to share with other members. Please attach a small note to the plant or container to identify the plants.

Nancy King