About Popular Flower Types
Seeds and fertilizer are all you need to get started growing these flowers. They’re a great addition to rock gardens, borders and cottage gardens.
These flowers bloom in spring, summer and fall. Many of them have a long history and symbolism, like roses, tulips and lilies.
The Rye Garden Club will open its occasional flower show to the public on Wednesday, September 13th and Thursday, September 14th. The entries, all submitted by the ninety or so local Rye Garden Club members, are divided by horticultural specimens and displays, flower arranging, education and photography divisions. Many of the horticultural entries will focus on native plants.
The last show was in 2015 when the Rye Garden Club (RGA) celebrated its centennial. The club, affiliated with The Garden Club of America, had a show planned for 2020 that was delayed due to COVID.
The RGA maintains plantings around the City including the flower pots along Purchase Street and Purdy Avenue, the garden behind the Square House off the Village Green and the traffic island across from the Knapp House at the intersection of Milton Avenue and Rye Beach Avenue. To celebrate its centennial in 2015 the RGA donated the pollinator garden at Edith Read Sanctuary.
The details on the RGA’s flower show:
- Rye Garden Club’s You’re the Top! This Garden Club of America flower show
- Admission is free and is open to the public (entries are allowed from RGA members only)
- Open Wednesday, September 13, 3:00pm to 5:00pm and Thursday, September 14, 10:00am to 3:00pm
- Location of the show is The Apawamis Club, 2 Club Road, Rye, NY