The Southbury Garden Club meets on the first Friday* of the month from March through December in the Kingsbury II Room at the Southbury Public Library.


*When the first Friday is a holiday, check for the new date.

Friday, August 2nd
"Xeriscape Gardening"
Lisa Turoczi
1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.
Southbury Public Library

Xeriscaping is gardening with native plants which are appropriate to their site, which can be maintained with little supplemental watering. It is not a style or category of garden design. It is basically some common sense guides to gardening in harmony with your site and can actually be applied to any type of garden design. It frequently uses native, non-invasive plants.

Lisa and her husband, Kyle, are the owners of Earth Tones Native Plants Nursery ion Woodbury.

The hour-long program at 1:00 p.m. is free and open to interested local residents.

Schedule of 2019
Membership Programs
Programs are held on Fridays at
The Southbury Public Library
100 Poverty Road
Kingsley Room
Unless otherwise specified.

Business Meetings begin at 11:30a.m.

Programs begin at 1:00 p.m.





March 1


 Dr. Richard Benfield, Geography Dept. CCSU


Weird and Wonderful Gardens of the World

April 5


Renee Marsh



Container Gardening - Beyond Annuals

May 3

Tovah Martin



Boot Camp for your Senses



June 7


Bellamy Ferriday House




Offsite Gardens and House Tour at Bellamy Ferriday House

(Members and Invited Guests )


July 12


Holly Kocet



We Need our Pollinators



August 2


Lisa Turoczi from Earthtones

in Woodbury





September 6

Kim Elerman


Dealing with Climate Change in your Landscape


October 4


Adam Wheeler from Broken Arrow in Hamden




Brighten Up Those Winter Blues - A Look at Great Plants for Winter Use

November 1


Trish Manfredi


Creative Floral Designs for the Holidays

 and Bright Winter Days



December  6 2019


SGC Members and Invited Guests



Christmas Lunch and Socializing