WFB welcomed spring with its March program and a beautiful spring luncheon. L to R, Mary George, WFB president Margie Halls and program VP Betina Shearer shown with Mary’s cheerful and colorful table decor.
More than 75 members arrived, eager to hear Cynthia Hendry’s always popular and inspiring tips on gardening at Big Canoe.
Lauren Grant and Janet Vandenbark
Returning members reconnected with friends, and new members began new friendships.
A happy group of new Wildflower Bunch members.
New members Sue and Bill Merrick with (R) WFB Publicist Stacy Johnson.
President Margie Halls kicked off the 2019 lineup of great WFB programs.
Cynthia Hendry of Woodland Gardens shared native-focused planting ideas and photos of creative Big Canoe gardens….
…And highlighted some of the challenges of last year.
The annual WFB Spring Luncheon featured springtime table decor, making the chilly day outside easy to forget.
Thanks to talented WFB member Mary George, each table had its own unique nature-inspired basket, each imagined and created by Mary.
Delicious food and good conversation completed the start of the 2019 year for Wildflower Bunch.