Even with ready availability of online clubs and forums these days, there is no substitute for real-life groups of people who gather together regularly based on a common set of interests. When it comes to gardening, personal interaction and the demonstration it makes possible is not only enjoyable, but very important. If you’re interested in starting a gardening club of your own, consider focusing your group on winter gardening. Why? Because there are bound to be a shortage of other groups who are heavily involved in this niche topic. That says, forming a winter gardening club doesn’t really require special treatment over any other type of gardening club. As long as you’re well-versed in winter gardening, you should be able to follow the same basic steps. Here’s how to go about it.
1. Reach Out
Just because your winter gardening club will have a similar interest doesn’t meant they all have to be similar people. If you reach out and spread the word, you’ll probably find interested people from all walks of life and backgrounds. Don’t be afraid to involve people who seem very different from you — that diversity will only make your winter gardening club that much more interesting and fun.