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Welcome to the new Antelope Garden Club website
We are located in Chino Valley Arizona
We meet the first Thursday of every month  at the Chino Valley Community Church
located on the Northeast corner of Hwy 89 and Road 3 North. Meetings start at 6:30pm

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Penstemons a water wise choice for your garden

 

This is the perfect plant to add to your hummingbird garden. The Penstemon eatonii is native to the western states of the United States and is perfect addition to your Arizona garden.

 

The plant has spikes of clustered, tubular, scarlet red blossoms with yellow hairs on their lower lip which is what inspires the common “beard” name to the flower; the flowers are very attractive to hummingbirds.

 

If you are planting a garden in hopes of attracting a hummer, these will most likely do the trick . They multiply and will quickly need to be divided.

 

One of the largest collections of penstemon species in North America is found at The Arboretum at Flagstaff, which hosts a Penstemon Festival each summer.

 

Penstemon blooms from Feb-April

 

At maturity it can reach 24-36” inches high and 15” wide

Penstemon(mary barnes)

Another Successful Plant Sale

IMG_1176 IMG_1175 IMG_1170We’d like to thank all of you that attended our plant sale this year. The funds we raise allow us to maintain public gardens in Chino Valley . A special thanks to our contributors without whom this sale would not be possible.

Contributors include:
Plants:
   Antelope Garden Club Members and Friends
   Bonnie Plant Farm
   Color Spot
   Earthworks Landscape & Supply
   Mortimer Nursery & Landscaping
   Valley Tree Farm
   V&P Nurseries Inc.
   Watters Design & Garden Center
Site:  Walgreen’s, Chino Valley
Raffle donation:  Wilby’s Compost  

Tables: Friends of the Library

 

This entry was posted on May 12, 2014, in Events.

Growing Irises In Chino Valley

This beautiful Winged Commander Iris was grown by one of our

club members here in Chino Valley.

Winged Commander(mary barnes)

Irises are very easy to grow.

Click on the picture to learn more.

Don’t miss the annual Spring Iris exhibit at Mortimer’s Nursery  May 17 2014

Click here to downloand the exhibit flyer

It’s a wonderful time to plan a visit to Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix

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CHIHULY IN THE GARDEN

november 10, 2013 to may 18, 2014

PRESENTED BY JPMORGAN CHASE

attending | related classes & events | fine print | sponsors | photo captions & credit

Discovery and surprise await you on the Garden trails. Artist Dale Chihuly returns to the Desert Botanical Garden this fall with a stunning exhibition of his extraordinary and vibrant works of art. Chihuly is credited with revolutionizing the Studio Glass movement and elevating the perception of the glass medium from craft to fine art. He is renowned for his ambitious architectural installations around the world, in historic cities, museums and gardens. Chihuly’s work is included in more than 200 museum collections worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Corning Museum of Glass. Major exhibitions includeChihuly Over Venice (1995-96), Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem (1999), Garden Cycle (2001– present),and displays at the de Young Museum in San Francisco (2008), the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (2011) and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond (2012). Chihuly Garden and Glass opened at Seattle Center in 2012. Chihuly Garden and Glass opened at Seattle Center in 2012.

ATTENDING THE EXHIBIT

Three time periods per day: 8 a.m. – Noon / 12 – 4 p.m. / 4 – 8 p.m.
Garden Members | Make a Reservation

  • Garden Patrons Circle and Garden Fund level Members preview: Saturday, November 9, 2013.
  • Reservations highly recommended.
General Public | Buy Tickets

  • Adult: $22, Senior: $20, Student: $12, Child: $10
  • Children under three admitted free of charge.
  • Garden membership information.
  • For information on reduced group rates for 10 or more guests, click here.

CHIHULY AFTER DARK

8 p.m. – midnight | march 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 | april 5, 12 and 19

This spring we are offering special Saturday late night time periods with a live DJ and a cash bar.  Reservations and tickets are available through ticketing (see above).

Audio Tours
Members: $2 / General Public: $3.50
The Chihuly in the Garden Acoustiguide Audio Tour introduces a number of installations and artworks throughout the Garden and is available from November 10, 2013 – May 18, 2014.

Donation to Heritage Middle School

With proceeds from our plant sale we purchased the bark and plants .  There are 2 tree planters and 2 planters of plants.  The plants are hard to see, but they are a Boxwood in the middle and thyme and sedums around it.  They did not want any plants that would attract bees, and they wanted low maintenance.  IMG_0926 IMG_0925 The school grounds people did the planting.

 

Donation to Chino Valley High School

image001This year proceeds from our annual plant sale have allowed us to donate gardening tools to the Chino Valley High School. The students have two green houses and will start by growing tomatoes. They are in need of more garden tools so anyone who has extra tools at home please contact the high school to make a donation.

This entry was posted on September 9, 2013, in Events.