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Newsletter

Fall 2022 Newsletter

NOTE: To see your ideas in print, send the article to Kendra Schieber, editor, delvalfernsoc@gmail.com

Inside the newsletter:  Anniversary Luncheon; Trip reports to The Laurels, Pettys Island, and Barnes Arboretum; In Memorium.

Occupying over 700 acres and maintained by the Brandywine Conservancy, this preserve occupies land formerly included in the over 5000 acre King Ranch. See the Newsletter for pictures and a trip summary.

DVF&WS Anniversary Luncheon

Join us for the Meeting and Luncheon on Sat. Nov. 19 at Charlotte’s Restaurant, 3207 West Chester Pike (Route 3), Newtown Square, PA. Our speaker will be Jenny Rose Carey. Check your mailbox soon for the invitation.

'Garden Electric' is the 2023 Flower Show Theme

We will have a small exhibit in the Horticourt at the 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show at the Convention Center.  The show will be open to the public from March 4-12, 2023. Volunteers will be needed.
The setup day to drop off plants is Thursday Mar 2, 2023.

Membership

Dues are $10 a year or $12 for a couple. Click on the Membership tab to the left to see the categories of membership and the mailing address. Please consider joining us.  All with an interest in learning about ferns and wildflowers, and educating others are welcome.

We hold indoor meetings twice a year in November and March, a summer picnic, and trips to explore natural areas and formal gardens in between. We often staff an exhibit of native ferns and wildflowers to educate others at the Philadelphia Flower Show, Hardy Plant Society Sale, native plant sales and area conferences.

About Us: Mission

The Delaware Valley Fern & Wildflower Society welcomes all people with an interest in learning about ferns, wildflowers, and native plants in their natural and garden settings, and sharing the experience with others of like minds.