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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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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. ...Read More »
Landscape architect Thomas L. Woltz, a partner of Nelson Byrd Woltz, has led designs for institutional and corporate projects here and abroad, as well as private gardens and farmland in a dozen states and New Zealand, worked in Venice for five years a ...Read More »
SAVE THE DATE for an all-day seminar in San Francisco on the origin of the American Personal Garden. The seminar will explore the large-scale plantation garden to the small-scale private yard. Topics will cover history, preservation, design, estate, village community, and urban and suburban ...Read More »
Mark your calendars! The Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities
Council will present its 24th annual Bainbridge in Bloom garden tour on July 13, 14, & 15, 2012.
One of the Pacific Northwest’s premier garden tours, The Bloom is also the nonprofit Arts & Humanities Council’s primary annual fundr ...Read More »
An exclusive collection of dealers featuring hard to find perennials and annuals, unusual exotics and container specialties, plus decorative furniture, urns, statuary and other architectural treasures. Honorary Chair Carolyne Roehm will lecture. General Admission: 10am-5pm $15.00 (includes Garde ...Read More »
Conference includes: Keynote address by Adrian Bloom, motor coach tours of public & private conifer gardens, presentations, meals, book signing & rare plant auction.
Keynote address by Adrian Bloom -
"The Bressingham Experience: How I learned to use conifers, woody plants, perennials and gr ...
Garden lovers will enjoy a self-guided tour of six distinctly different gardens chosen for their artistic and horticultural excellence. Located in Spencertown, Hudson, and Claverack, the gardens include an artist’s one-acre meadow that acts as a living canvas painted with native plants, three me ...Read More »
Speaker Panel on
“Welcome to Club Med: Ideal Plants
For San Diego’s Mediterranean Climate”
September 10, 2012
On Monday, September 10, 2012, the San Diego Horticultural Society welcomes Jason Kubrock, Mo Price, and Wendy Proud for a panel discussion of incredible plants from South Africa ...Read More »