Proper watering can make the difference between life and death to newly planted lawns, trees, shrubs, flower and vegetable transplants, and ground covers during summer.
Attending the Bayou Vista Garden Club May meeting were, seated from left, Janice Verret, Ann Breaux, Darlene Aucoin, Jo Ann Ryan, Donna Bucci, Gloria Roy and Annita Blanco. Standing from left are Carol Schaub, Kim Alcina, Jennie Aucoin, Suzan Fangue, Donna Richard, Dawn Thomason, Mary Myers, Nancy Marcel and Jean Chauvin.
Jean and Darryl Chauvin hosted the Bayou Vista Garden Club May meeting at their home on Bayou Teche in Patterson. This was the last meeting of the 2016-17 season.
Whether in flower beds, containers, hanging baskets or window boxes, summer bedding plants can quickly and economically help create the colorful landscape that so many gardeners crave.
Bayou Vista Garden Club presented Paula Goulas with its May Non-Member Yard of the Month award.
The most popular element in landscape design is color, but texture is another important building block.