All Seasons Garden Club recently met at the home of Kathy Rush for the June meeting.
A dinner of pulled pork, several sides and a variety of desserts were served by Rush and cohostess Martha Wilson.
President Veronica Bowling conducted a brief business meeting after the dinner.
Rush gave each member a pamphlet from Purdue Extension regarding protecting pollinators in home lawns and landscapes.
Nita Bridges gave a short talk about pineapple sage. The herb not only attracts hummingbirds and butterflies but also has beautiful red flowers in late summer or early fall. The foliage has a sweet pineapple scent that can be used dried or fresh in teas. Ann Burgess and Connie Lovins were awarded pineapple sage plants.
Favors for members to plant in their spring gardens were nasturtium plants grown by Wilson. Door prizes were won by Sandy Koevener and Brenda Turner.
Hostesses for the July meeting are Shirley Lewis and Susie Schnitker.