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Beautify your garden and help Chatham at the same time by ordering your bulbs, plants, perennials, and garden needs from Brent and Becky’s Bulbs.

Brent and Becky’s Bulbs is a seller and educator of quality flower bulbs, perennials and seeds. Located in Gloucester VA on the shores of the Mobjack and Chesapeake Bays, it is a 4th generation flower bulb company, delivering top quality flower bulbs to your door, helping you to ‘Plant Bulbs and Harvest Smiles’!

Supporting Friends of Chatham is easy. Go to 

Select Friends of Chatham in the drop down menu, follow the prompts, and start shopping. Twenty-five percent of your purchase will go directly to Friends of Chatham.

Or you can order directly from their snail mail catalog.   Click to get a Catalog.   From the catalog you can order by phone and tell them that they’d like to support Friends of Chatham. But you have to remember to tell them you are supporting Friends of Chatham! Or you can write in “Friends of Chatham” at the bottom of the order form in the catalogue.
No matter how you order your from Brent and Becky’s, 25 percent of your purchase will go to Friends of Chatham. Happy Shopping!

More information on the gardens ~ Chatham: a landscape introduction by Zachary Rutz

For Sale:

$35 each

Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
by Joseph M. Serino
18 1/2 x 23 3/4
(includes shipping and handling)*

* can be hand delivered if you are local to the Fredericksburg, VA area.

Years ago, a good friend of Founding President, Lynda Baer, won a framed print of Chatham painted by Richmond artist Joseph M. Serino.  Lynda found out from Mr. Serino’s wife, Erna, that she had copies of the print and asked if Friends of Chatham would be interested in purchasing them.

Past Treasurer Scott Walker and Lynda went to Erna’s home and had lovely visit with Mrs. Serino, and learned that Mr. Serino was blind and living in a retirement home. They were able to see the many pieces of art made by Mr. Serino all through the house . They also learned that years ago the Serino’s had friends living in Fredericksburg and during one visit were taken to Chatham. 

Mr. Serino immediately wanted to paint it.  Mrs. Serino said, “It took forever! Look at all those individual bricks!”Mr. Serino passed away late in 2015.  Subsequently, Erna and her daughter found more prints.  Lynda and her good friend who owned the framed print gladly visited Mrs. Serino, once again, and Friends of Chatham is now is in possession of the remaining Joseph M.

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