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Garden Tour - At Peter and Julie Schaar's house

  • Sep 20, 2009 · 10:00 AM
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The September's meetup will be in the house and garden of Peter and Julie Schaar. There will be a tour of the garden, with emphasis on the techniques used in creating a dry garden, the edible plants in the garden, and whatever other topics attendees want to discuss. There will be some sort of food served, what kind or how much unknown at present. Please RSVP and then follow through (eg, if you reply that you will come, then come.) Nonresponders will be assumed to be not planning to come, and no allowance will be made for them in preparing the refreshments.

The address and contact information are as follows.

3515 Haynie Avenue, University Park
214 - 528 - 7162
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  • Michelle

    Thanks for hosting and teaching us about your garden Peter! I had a great time and learned a lot. :)

    September 23, 2009

  • CHARLOTTE

    Peter was a fantastic host and very welcoming. He even had a wonderful selection of refreshments and foods for guests! The garden was just beautiful. Peter provided great information on edible plants, species of plants, dry gardening, and even landscaping! I learned so much and cannot wait to get a Chili Picena for my own garden!

    September 21, 2009

  • Amethyst L.

    This was a delightful tour of Peter & Julie's garden. Peter is a very knowlegeable person who was willing to tell us all about his beautiful garden & a great host as well. We all appreciated & enjoyed the tour.

    September 20, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    Peter was an extremely knowledgeable host and shared a wealth of information with the group. The group was given a few garden tours of his dry Texas garden. The garden was amazing and the plants that are native to Texas included the huge nopales cacus, a flowering quince, Texas mountain laurel, lemon verbena and a host of other plants (some potted, but most were in ground). People in attendance enjoyed the meet-up as evidenced by many many questions and interest that gardeners and potential gardeners showed. Peter and Julie also provide a home-made gourmet breakfast of cheeses, breads and wines. That was by far the most interesting and beautiful meeting I have attended in a long time. Peter sure knows his plants, his garden design, and is well plugged into the gardener community.

    September 20, 2009

  • Kirk M.

    It was nice of Peter Schaar to host this event at his house. His hospitaltiy was as nice as his garden. Thank you, Peter!

    September 20, 2009

  • Harry

    Very interesting, and Peter is very knowledgeable about Texas Agriculture.

    September 20, 2009

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