Beautification of Gaylord
–funded by the Greens sale, four gardens are designed, planted, and
maintained by the Membership.
Building, 225 Main Street
Energy Outlet, 1250 Gornick
Loon Lake, I-75
NE Old 27 and McCoy Road
Annual Garden Walk-Open to the public to encourage garden
beautification and stimulate the love of gardening.
“Deck the Halls” Winter Beautification- A civic beautification
project using the proceeds and materials from the “Greens Sale” to
decorate a public entity, business or establishment voted on by the
Membership each year.
Habitat for Humanity Home Landscaping- The Committee works with
the Homeowner to design and plant a garden based on needs and site.
Plantings are through purchase and donation.
Library Showcase- Each year an educational display is placed in
the showcase to celebrate National Garden Week featuring an aspect
of horticulture, conservation and/or the environment.
Plant Exchange (Spring and Fall)- Open to the public to promote
beautification of gardens by exchanging plants.
A minimum of one educational scholarship is awarded
for post High School academics in horticultural related fields.