Looking back on the month of June, Yaupon Garden Club members shared the beauty of plants and inspired gardening in the community during National Garden Week. Photos by Pam Maness
Ann Hughes and Joyce Metts created a garden themed display at the CB Berry Center in Little River. Free wildflower seed packets and small bags of compost were provided.
At the North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum, Dorothy Bambach and Graceann Phillips designed a flower planting theme at the gardening shed.
Graceann Phillips puts the finishing touches on a very informative horticulture exhibit at the North Myrtle Beach Library.
Kim Lewis is all smiles as she accepts the beautiful plant from Ann Hughes at the conclusion of National Garden Week 2019.
Pam Maness and Mary Templeton present a fairy garden arrangement to Polly Lowman, publisher of the North Myrtle Beach Times.
At the North Myrtle Beach Aquatic Center, Margaret Graham provides information about the community service projects the Yaupon Garden Club conducts during the year. Two large garden planters will be given away in a drawing to two lucky members of the aquatic center.
Dawn Quick is a happy winner when Yaupon Garden Club member Ann Hughes presents her with the garden planter.
Ann Hughes delivers a plant to the South Carolina Welcome Center in Little River to celebrate National Garden Week.