11th Annual Ladies Day Lecture and Luncheon

Presented by

Western & Southern Financial Fund


Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Kenwood Country Club

6501 Kenwood Road

11:00 am to 2:00 pm


Special Honorees – Charee and Bob Maddux



Keynote Speaker – Jack Barnwell

Award-winning Garden Designer, Author and

Owner of Barnwell Landscape and Garden on Mackinac Island


Limited seating. The reservation deadline is Friday, April 5.


Click here to make your reservation now.

General reservation $100, Patron $125, Patron Table for ten $1250.


If you prefer to pay by check, please make your check payable to:

Cincinnati Horticultural Society, c/o Cynthia Muhlhauser 
7800 Indian Hill Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45243
We must receive your check by April 5, 2019.


Please contact Cynthia Muhlhauser at if you have questions about this event.


Presenting Sponsor



Supporting Sponsors


Jerome H. and Jean K. Eichert



Our Donors


AAA Marie Huenefeld
H.. Benkin Florist & Garden Center Hotel Iroquois
Stephanie Sudbrack Busam – Sibcy Cline Dale’s Designs & Florals – Dale Kabbes
Jeane Elliott adMojo – Michel Keidel
M. Hopple & Co. Kevin O’Dell
  WOW Windowboxes

Jack Barnwell Bio

Jack Barnwell is an award-winning garden designer, author and the owner of Barnwell Landscape and Garden based on the small Northern Michigan island of Mackinac, as well as, the owner of C3 Gardens of Southwest Florida. His incredible talents have produced magnificent gardens, many of which are featured in the famed Mackinac Island Grand Garden Show.


As owner of Barnwell Landscape and Garden Inc., Jack has over twenty years of experience creating breathtaking commercial and private garden displays on one of the world’s premier summer vacation destinations, Mackinac Island.


Barnwell is responsible for the annual planting and maintenance of thousands of flats of flowers. They specialize in innovative annual displays in garden beds, containers, and window boxes. Because of the complete motor vehicle ban on Mackinac Island, all of Jack’s landscape construction must be done without the use of trucks and machinery. Plants and materials are brought to the Island by boat and moved on location by horse and bike power. Jack’s ability to embrace these circumstances and be inspired within this context contributes to the unique beauty of this rare gem of an island.  


His newest venture, C3 Gardens is already gaining recognition as one of the most exciting new companies in the Naples/Marco Island area of Florida.  Jack has taken his Michigan experience and customized it for the Southwest Florida climate and market.



Proceeds from Ladies Day benefit 

Programs of The Cincinnati Horticultural Society