Posts Tagged ‘garden’

Growing Your Garden Beautiful With Native Plants – Event (GPLT)

April 5, 2010

Coming Saturday, April 10, 2010

Grow Your Garden Beautifully

with Native Plants

Georgia Piedmont Land Trust (GPLT)

Come hear Walter Reeves, the Georgia Gardener, Tara Dillard, well known garden designer; along with Laurie Fisher, CEO of Buck Jones Nursery talk about Growing Your Garden Beautiful – with Native Plants

Also, create a butterfly garden in a container led by volunteers from Monarchs Across Georgia (MAG)

Click here for details and to register

Learn how gardening with native plants can lead to an eye-catching landscape that also supports an amazing array of wildlife.

Monarchs Across Georgia (MAG) volunteers demonstrate how to build a pollinator garden and make a Butterfly-Garden-in-a-Pot.  Participants will help and create their own container garden to take home.

  • Walter Reeves, the Georgia Gardener and host of WSB Radio’s Saturday morning gardening program – Selecting and Gardening with Native Plants
  • Tara Dillard, well known landscape designer and garden writer – Designing with Native Plants
  • Laurie Fisher, CEO of Buck Jones     Nurseries – Availability of Native Plants


Do you have a “Green” event and you want to share it with Gwinnett, Metro Atlanta, or Georgia?  Let us know and we can help!  Are you a nonprofit and have an event you would like to share?  Let us know…

Green In Gwinnett Area – Keeping Gwinnett Green and Sustainable

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Harvest Farms and Suwanee Community Garden Volunteer Day “A Success!”

October 29, 2009

We here at Green In Gwinnett Area posted an event on our Facebook events page that asked for volunteers to assist in the beginning stages at the Suwanee Community Garden.  What a great day it turned out to be.  We would like to thank Jessica Roth from the City of Suwanee for putting together such a successful and community oriented event.  Nearly 60 people showed up to help out!  There were members of Green In Gwinnett Area, Harvest Farms, Georgia Piedmont Land Trust, and other folks from Suwanee and neighboring communities.  Food and refreshments were provided for the volunteers from companies such as Honeybaked Ham and Subway.  There were prizes given away from local companies such as Print Green USA which donated (9) $30 gift certificates for laser toners, ink cartridges, or printer drums.

It is great to have a city like Suwanee Georgia who takes such good care of their residents.  Be sure to checkout the new Suwanee Downtown Website!

Think Green In Gwinnett!

Special Thanks to all of the Sponsors:

  • Atlanta Bread Company, Suwanee
  • Starbucks, Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
  • Krispy Kreme, Buford
  • Subway, 3370 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd.
  • Honey Baked Ham, Peachtree Parkway
  • Wal-Mart, Suwanee
  • Kroger, Suwanee
  • Publix, Suwanee
  • Chick-fil-A, Suwanee
  • Print Green USA, Suwanee