University Heights Garden Club seeks members
Gina Keeler appreciates gardens. Photo by Anita Kazarian
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Gina Keeler of Saybrook Road, University Heights, makes it look easy. When Gina invited me to her backyard at the Saybrook Block Party, I expected to see a typical garden with pretty flowers. What I saw was a small space charmed, cajoled, sprinkled with magic dust and turned into a mini version of an estate garden. Part illusion, part choice of plants, but mostly imaginative love of flowers and gardens.
Keeler, a professional working at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, wants to meet fellow gardeners to share plants, cutting, ideas and to form a University Heights Garden Club. Interested? Contact me at email@example.com and we will help organize the first meeting of the University Heights Garden Club.
Anita Kazarian is a resident of University Heights and is a candidate for UH city council this fall.