LITCHFIELD — The Litchfield Garden Club will present an in-club flower show, “Town Crier to Twitter” to celebrate the town’s Tercentennial celebration on Sept. 20-21. It will be held at the White Memorial Foundation Carriage House and Shed on Whitehall Road in Litchfield.
There will be four divisions in the flower show: Floral Design, Horticulture, Photography and Conservation. Entry in designated classes in Floral Design, Horticulture and Photography will be open to the public.
Floral Design classes will feature designs that interpret people, places, and events through the centuries, such as “Colonial Quilt,” “Melting of the Statue of King George III,” “A Picnic by Bantam River” and “From Parchment to Pixels.” Classes in the Horticulture Division will include cut specimens, container-grown plants, vegetables and fruits. Entry in two classes in the Photography Division will be open to the public and one class will be open to Litchfield students in grades 5-12. The Conservation exhibit will display 25 years of the LGC project, “Treescape for Litchfield.”
A children’s activity table will be available. Supplies including a succulent plant, pot and soil will be provided free of charge for children 13 years of age and younger.
The Flower Show is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21.
For additional information, visit the LGC website at www.litchfieldgardenclub.org.
Questions? Please contact email@example.com.