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Gardening is Murder

  • 16 Apr 2023
  • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Lancaster Community Center


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Good day Fellow Gardeners.

I hope everyone enjoyed the speakers at our March meeting Ed and Tina Bemis, I know I sure did, and with the weather today and their advice, I am not picking up a shovel or disturbing my 'soil', yet. 

In May we are having our fundraising plant sale and June for our annual meeting at a very special place, more info coming, I just wanted to spark curiosity.  

Now we turn to our next speaker, we saved the funniest for our last meeting at the community center of 22-23 year.  The first 20 people registered will be put in a drawing for one of Neal's books. 

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“Gardening Is Murder”


Neal Sanders

Why is so much gardening information on the internet so awful? Why is it impossible to do just one thing in the garden? Why should you never compute the value of your labor when you garden? Why do we have garden benches even though we never sit in them?

These are the questions that keep Neal Sanders awake at night. As the spouse of an avid and accomplished gardener with no ‘real’ responsibilities other than to dig holes and move rocks.  Neal has lots of time to observe gardeners and their foibles. This evening, he’ll share some of those observations in a talk – ‘Gardening Is Murder' – that he guarantees will be unlike any gardening lecture you’ve ever heard.

Neal is the author of 15 mysteries, many of which use garden club or horticultural settings and all of which feature strong, independent women. He writes ‘The Principal Undergardener’ blog, which addresses gardening as a non-gardener who loves gardens. He lives in Medfield.

The meeting will be back to our normal time of 7:00pm.

Remember there is a $5.00 fee for guests.  


Lancaster Garden Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Massachusetts, P.O. Box 22, South Lancaster, Massachusetts 01561

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