It’s Time to Plant New Seeds
Surrounding the Luxembourg American Cultural Society are gardens that have sadly become overgrown in some areas and sparse where plants have died. The once beautiful and joyful gardens have lost their luster and need some loving care. In 2022, the LACS plans to begin revitalizing the Pesche-Leider Luxembourg Garden and Adolph & Marie Ansay Courtyard.
We are offering two-year naming rights to our flower beds and annual plantings. The funds will be used to remove old plants, prune trees and bushes, work with garden experts on replanting appropriate plants and future weed control. In addition, our bricked areas need tuckpointing and repairs. Funds will also be used to maintain our gardens and lawns by supporting a part-time summer gardening youth assistant.
You can sponsor an entire flower bed in memory of loved ones or an individual plant to celebrate a special event. Your donation will be acknowledged with a plaque and in the Luxembourg American Gazette magazine.
Contact Patricia Lutz with any questions on how you can support our mission to rejuvenate the Luxembourg American Cultural Society’s gardens.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-476-5091
Join Us in Watching our Garden Grow!
SOLD OUT! Let a Flower do your Talking
$30 per plant marker for one year. Dedicate a plant to a loved one or celebrate a milestone. Limit three lines with 60 characters (including spaces) for your message.
Please note, there are no more plant markers available for the 2022 year.
I planted a seed for you
Love Mom and Dad
In Memory of
The Entire Family
We are so proud
Mom and Dad
SOLD OUT! Sponsor a Flower Bed
$500 for a two year sponsorship. These funds will be used to maintain an entire garden bed or flower bed surrounding a garden statue. This includes a message on a Plant Marker and your name also on a permanent Garden Plaque. Message is limited to three lines with 60 characters (including spaces). Limited flower beds available for sponsorship.
Please note, there are no more flower beds available for sponsorship until 2024.