Key Allegro Garden Club
  On Key Allegro Island in the city of Rockport Texas

       
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Key Allegro is basically a sandbar whose development is about 35 years old.  Those who long for large native oak trees often move from the island to other areas of Rockport.  This club is for those who love the water that surrounds us and want to share tips as to which plants will and won't survive our environment, and what can be done to help them survive. Membership in the club is limited to women currently living on the island and those who have previously lived here.

Serious gardeners are referred to the following web site, they are our greatest information resource. http://aransas-tx.tamu.edu/

One specific project of the Key Allegro Garden Club is the selection of a "Yard of the Month" for each of the nine months, September-May.  See the Yard of the Month page, or local newspaper, for specifics.

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Newsletter Sept 2014

Garden Club Newsletter 2014-15



Monday April 13 at Allegro House begining at 8:30,
Special presentation by Canal  and Property Owners
President Brink Brinkerhoff says the meeting will be over
at about 10:30 if questions about the recent damage to boats in canals
are not too extensive.  Patty Chapman is scheduled to start the Garden Club meeting at 10:30. 
We can expect a power point presentation on the preliminary plans for
the preservation and beautification of Key Allegro.
Hostesses Lovelyn Hughes and Darla Zuniga.


Monday April 20, Board meeting at ALLEGRO House
 trip to Corpus Christi Botanical Gardens. 
Get $20 to Ann Hoffert for the Orchid Garden tour.


April 26. SATURDAY: Festival of Flowers in Art, Student Art Entries:  Students enter the competition at no cost so we welcome donations to cover their prizes. 
Directory Corrections: Betsy Armstrong phone 214-808-5050
Kim Ulrich phone: 361-237-554




 
 

                             


MISSION STATEMENT of the KEY ALLEGRO GARDEN CLUB


A. To help develop and enhance the island's landscaped common areas.

  B. To educate our members on topics concerning the health of the island's natural environment.

C. To promote protection of native plants, trees, and birds.

D. To foster a welcoming atmosphere for our members.







                       
Palm Trees



    For questions or comments use the email address below:
Key Allegro Garden Club

CONTACT INFORMATION

papemcnabb@gmail.com

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