to the Central Peninsula Garden Club. Our gardens are in the
Kasilof, Kenai, Nikiski, Soldotna, and Sterling areas of the
Kenai peninsula, Alaska. The Central Peninsula Garden Club's
purpose is to educate and exchange reliable information
about gardening and it's related activities.
group is now live! Please check out this new forum to
discuss ideas, ask those burning questions, and get feedback
from your fellow members! The group is open to all, even if
you are not currently a garden club member."
Here's the link:
Cellars, Storage Practices & Designs.
This program about
preserving your bounty will be moderated by Lydia
Clayton, AG-Hort, Extension Agent. You'll hear from
a panel of local root cellar owners with a variety
of experiences right here on the central Peninsula.
Here for more information.
Fair coming up Nov 2nd,
10-4 at the Kenai Middle School. Volunteer
for a few hours and have fun talking to people about
gardening and their plans for next year.......and
tell them about the Garden Club. Every year, there
are some people who are excited to find out that
there is a local Garden Club!! And we think we get
the word out..... Please volunteer by calling Cathy
meets the second Tuesdays of September through May with
occasional bonus meetings.
Our meetings are usually held
at 7:00 pm at the Cook Inlet Aquaculture building
located on Kalifornsky Beach Road. Our summer months of
June, July, and August are packed with gardening
activities, workshops, and tours. You are welcome to
the Kenai Peninsula is incredibly unique with a short
growing season, long days, mild temperatures and a
diversity of soil types and micro climates.
Snowfall fluctuates depending on location and year. Our
goal is to overcome the challenges of gardening in an
area with such diverse conditions and take advantage of
the amazing gardening opportunities that Alaska
provides. Come join us for some fun, education, and
networking as we tour local gardens, arrange gardening
workshops, and plan the next plant sale.
2013 Plant Sale