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December 31, 1969
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So, you just hired your brother's friend's neighbor-and dropped some hard-earned dollars-to design a beautiful website for your landscape design firm. You included gorgeous pictures of your work and some snappy copy to sell yourself. You're ready for the phone to start ringing. But will it? Will ...

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San Diego Horticultural Society, Del Mar

Dr. Jon P. Rebman of the San Diego Natural History Museum will talk about the exciting work being done to identify the plants of San Diego County and also about his plant explorations in Mexico. Dr. Rebman is the lead botanist on the San Diego Plant Atlas Project, which is improving scientific k ...

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San Diego Horticultural Society, Del Mar

Founding Director of the California Protea Association, Ben Gill will speak to us about the magnificent members of the proteaceae family, which traces its lineage back some 300 million years, and still provides among the most stunning plants and cutting flowers in gardens today. Ben will talk ab ...

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Davidson College, Davidson

THE ROOTS OF PASSION: The Inspired Gardener. Where does the passion for gardening come from? What inspires us to dig into the dirt and discover anew each season? The 28th Davidson Horticultural Symposium takes us on a journey to uncover the roots of our passion for the garden. Our speakers t ...

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Sussex County Fairgrounds, Augusta, NJ

Springfest, highly regarded as "NJ's Best Flower Show," features over 100,000 square feet of "indoor spring," including inspiring landscape displays, free lectures with paid admission, educational exhibitors, commercial vendors, kids' zone and café. Special Sunday Symposium: From the ...

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn

Jae Hi Ahn’s art manipulates, shapes, and ultimately reimagines nature. She looks for a hidden life in synthetic materials. By seeking out the biological potential of man-made objects and places, she creates new environments that are evocative of botanical forms and landscapes, tributes to t ...

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The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx

Discover the Haupt Conservatory’s permanent collection, including orange-yellow crotons, fuschia bromeliads, and rosy-red hibiscus. Tour the many surprises in the Victorian-style glasshouse, where the harsh outdoor weather gives way to warm rain forest mists, soaring palm trees, and bright d ...

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An Ongoing ExhibitionIn the Britton Science Rotunda and GalleryThere’s a lot more to The New York Botanical Garden than its beauty. Take a peek at some of the mysteries of the plant world that are being unraveled by our scientists. Since the 1890s, scientists at ...

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New York School of Interior Design, New York City

Architect Larry J. Wente, a partner in the design firm Gertler & Wente Architects LLP, has had his high-profile work published widely. His Dutchess County property, where the integration of a barn-like home with the surrounding farmland and meadow ...

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New York School of Interior Design, New York City

During a sabbatical from law firm Debevoise & Plimpton, Barbara Paul Robinson worked as a gardener for Rosemary Verey at Barnsley House, in Gloucestershire, England. This transforming experience taught Barbara many lessons, about gardening and life. ...

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