2023 Upcoming Events

June 1st Meeting

Nature’s Best Hope Video by Doug Tallamy

Join us for a pre-recorded video of Doug Tallamy’s riveting presentation on Pollinators’ Best Hope.  Dr. Tallamy will share how we can save our pollinators (and the planet) by making changes to the way we landscape. Learn all about keystone plants and the Homegrown National Park movement.  This presentation was Part 1 of The Ohio State University webinar series on Pollinator Habitat 101: An Introduction and Refresher.  Dr. Tallamy is a PhD of entomology and wildlife ecology and professor at the University of Delaware.  He has written many books, most notably, “Nature’s Best Hope” and “The Nature of Oaks”.  Resources from the presentation will be shared at our meeting. 

June 2nd Plant Sale

Schaumburg Farmer’s Market

Our annual plant sale will take place on Friday, June 2, 2023, from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Schaumburg Farmers Market,190 S. Roselle Road, Schaumburg. Members will offer locally grown plants from their own gardens as well as some grown from seed. There will be a wide variety of sun and shade plants including perennials, annuals, dahlias, grasses, hostas, vegetables, and herbs. A limited number of native plants like milkweed and coneflower will be available to help support our pollinators. Click HERE for more information.

June 16th Field Trip

Members Only Cantigny Park in Wheaton

Cantigny is a 500 acre park with formal and informal gardens on the former estate of Colonel Robert McCormick (former owner and publisher of the Chicago Tribune).  It was named after the World War I Battle of Cantigny in which Colonel McCormick fought.  These world class Display Gardens contain 160,000 annuals, perennials, ground covers, flowering shrubs and trees. Members go HERE for more information.

August 3rd Meeting

Members Only Garden Stroll and Forum

September 7th Meeting


October 5th Meeting


November 2nd Meeting


December 7th Meeting

Members Only Holiday Party 🎄