On March 14 members of the Garden Club of Rosemark attended the District I Spring Membership meeting at Memphis Botanic Gardens. The theme of the day was “Butterflies” and clubs brought table centerpieces appropriate to the theme. Rosemark’s pot-et-fleur was staged on the food table and contained two pots of a species of Syngonium podophyllam, appropriately named ‘White Butterfly.’ It also contained Amaryllis Hippeastrum ‘Ambience,’ assorted Narcissus (cut flowers), Dracaena Deremensis ‘Janet Craig,’ Peteris dentata (Toothed Brake Fern), Peperomia sp. and a mix of wheatberry and fescue grasses. For their efforts, the club was awarded the “Julia Dow Judges’ Club Award for the best centerpiece…incorporating butterfly conservation.” Attending the event were Molly Hampton, president; Leah Ruddock, Louelen Dearen, Penny Glover and Ruth Billingsley. Assisting with the design was club member Helen Haynes who was unable to attend. In the photo seated is Molly Hampton, club president; snf standing from left Leah Ruddock, Louelen Dearen and Penny Glover. Also attending but not pictured was Ruth Billingsley.