2016 Fishing Creek

Herb Guild

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Check Potpourri Page to see what John found!
August's Meeting Greeting
Start a compost
pile this year.
For helpful tips, 
click on  "Guide to Composting at Home" on the Web Links page.
Lillies in Buckhorn
Sunflowers shining in Elysburg
The Fishing Creek Herb Guild welcomes you to our website. We hope that you enjoy your visit and come back again.
Thanks, John, for hosting a very nice picnic for our club. Not only did our president host the party, but he gave garden tours to the group. Click on "John's Garden 2016" web page for photos.
Annual Dues
Herb Guild Dues
are $15 per year.
Prospective members 
interested in joining
us may audit one
meeting at no charge.
See you there.
Save these dates:  
March 17th- 6:30 pm
April 21st- 6:30 pm
May 19th- 6:30 pm
June 9th- 6:30 pm
July 21st- 6 pm
August 18th- 6:30 pm
Sept. 15th - 6:30 pm
Oct. 20th - 6:30 pm
Nov. 17th - 6:30 pm
Dec. 8th - 6 pm
Garden Quote
of the Month
Garden Definitions: 
Knee - A device for finding rocks in your garden. 
Green Fingers - Something everyone else has plenty of. 
Perennial - This year, possibly; next year, unlikely. 
Seed catalogue - A work of fiction with fantasy photos. 
Spade - Highly effient back-pain generator
Ready To Try
Here's a helpful
guide to get 
you started.

Witch's Broom Plant
Introducing our October meeting topic: Garlic

What's New? 

Our next meeting

on October 20th will

be a "Garlic Party" 

led by Terri Watson 

from Mad Dog Farm.

Vampires beware!


Fair Display Info

Be sure to check out

the Herb Guild Display

in the Agriculture Bldg.

at the Bloomsburg Fair.

It's the 1st display on

your right as you enter

the building. 

Haven't been to a Guild
meeting in a while?
Go to the building behind
the parking lot at the YAC,
Youth Activities Center,
across the street from
the Shiloh Bible Church,
123 Church Street,
Bloomsburg, PA. 17815.
Church is in Almedia-
Go to
"Where Are We?"
web page for directions
to our meeting home.
Monthly Herb Study
Each month an herb is
studied for its variety of uses
including medicinal, culinary
and ornamental. If you are
interested in learning more
about herbs and gardening, 
attend a meeting to see if you
would like to become a
member of the Herb Guild

Giant Pumpkin at the Bloomsburg Fair
Click on the Barton House web page to see the gardens.
Guild Exhibit at the 2016 Bloomsburg Fair