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  • Garden Club meetings are free and open to all. Talks and demos cover both edible and ornamental gardening, and members bring plants, bulbs, and seeds to share.

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  • A chance to see some creative Claremont gardens, talk to the owners, and get some inspiration for your own garden! The tour provides funding for the club.

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  • Show off your skills in decorating with plants and arranging flowers — you could win a ribbon! Co-sponsored with the Woman's Club of Claremont.

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Wednesday13June
Beautiful Plumerias!
6:30PM - 8:30PM
Wednesday11July
Potluck
6:30PM - 8:30PM

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Added 5/19/18:  Saturday, June 2, 9am to 3pm, is the second annual Pollination Festival at the Chino Basin Water Conservation District--activites and info for all ages!


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Q: Is it better to buy or make nectar for hummingbird feeders?

A: Chris Verma, owner of Wild Birds Unlimited in Claremont, says you should not buy liquid feeds because they have additives that can harm the birds. To make your own, bring one part ordinary sugar and four parts water just to a boil and then let cool. Do not add any dye. If you want to have something red on a plain feeder, tying a ribbon on it will do. Be sure to replace the nectar and clean the feeder every few days to avoid stuff growing in it that would harm the birds.