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Schedule of Talks

          

                  Please note: a star * before the program title indicates that it is open to the public.                   

Please contact the sponsoring organization or location for specific information. 



November 4, 2019

Beyond the Potted Palm: Victorians and their Houseplants

Mt. Tabor Garden Club

Mount Tabor, NJ


November 12, 2019

Beyond the Potted Palm: Victorians and their Houseplants

Woodbridge Garden Club & Iselin Garden Club

Iselin Public Library, Iselin NJ


November 19, 2019

Josephine: The Empress Gardened

Shrewsbury Garden Club

Shrewsbury Historical Society, Shrewsbury NJ


January 13, 2020

Medicinal Plants of the Civil War

Short Hills Home Garden Club

Cora Hartshorn Arboretum, Short Hills NJ


January 14, 2020

*Medicinal Plants of the Civil War

Hanson Park Conservancy HEART Grant Part I

Cranford, NJ


February 11, 2020

Josephine: The Empress Gardened

The Contemporary Garden Club

Princeton, NJ


February 15, 2020

*Beyond the Potted Palm: Victorians and Their Houseplants

Colonial Park Garden

Somerset County Park Commission

 

February 25, 2020

*Suitable for Framing: A Victorian Woman's Place in Botanic Art & Illustration

Hanson Park Conservancy HEART Grant, Part II

Cranford, NJ


March 16, 2020

*TBA

Temple University, Charles Library

Philadelphia, PA


March 25, 2020

UP! A Vertical Vegetable Primer

Garden Club of Mountain Lakes

Mountain Lakes, NJ


April 1, 2020

*Drama Queens: Dark Beauties for your Garden

The Garden Club of Watchung

Watchung, NJ


April 6, 2020

*Simply DeVine: The Charm & Surprise of Annual Vines

New Providence Garden Club

New Providence, NJ


April 23, 2020

*Gardening in the Age of Elizabeth I, Or Bring the Bard to your Yard

Bridgewater Public Library

Bridgewater, NJ


May 7, 2020

Josephine: The Empress Gardened

Garden Club of Montville

Montville, NJ


May 16, 2020

*The Real Housewives of New Jersey: How Early American Women Used Their Kitchen Gardens to Feed, Heal, Clothe & Entertain Their Families

Northern New Jersey Unit, Herb Society of America

Morristown National Historic Park

Morristown, NJ


May 20, 2020

UP: A Vertical Vegetable Primer

Monmouth County Master Gardeners

Freehold, NJ


June 5, 2020

*The Real Housewives of New Jersey: How Early American Women Used Their Kitchen Gardens to Feed, Heal, Clothe & Entertain Their Families

Manville Public Library

Manville, NJ


June 7, 2020

*Josephine: The Empress Gardened

Keyport Garden Walk

Keyport, NJ


June 13, 2020

Drama Queens: Dark Beauties for your Garden

Master Gardeners of Essex County

Roseland, NJ


June 15, 2020

*The Green Heart of Beijing: Its Imperial Gardens and Public Parks

Mary Jacobs Public Library

Rocky Hill, NJ


June 17

*The Real Housewives of New Jersey: How Early American Women Used Their Kitchen Gardens to Feed, Heal, Clothe & Entertain Their Families

Duke Farm

Hillsborough, NJ


July, 2020

Garden Travels!


August 7, 2020

Renaissance Garden Club

Beyond the Potted Palm: Victorians and Their Houseplants

Manchester, NJ


August 20, 2020

*UP! A Vertical Vegetable Primer

Burlington County Gardeners

Burlington County Library. Westampton, NJ


August 29,2020

*Herbal Vinegar Workshop

Duke Farm

Hillsborough, NJ


September 10, 2020

Simply DeVine: The Charm & Surprise of Annual Vines

Garden Club of Harrington Park

Harrington Park, NJ


September 15

*Growing Great Garlic

Duke Farm

Hillsborough, NJ


October 8, 2020

Josephine: The Empress Gardened

The Garden Club of Little Silver

Little Silver, NJ


October 23, 2020

Hunterdon County Chrysanthemum Society

*Gardening in the Age of Elizabeth I, or Bring the Bard to Your Yard

Clinton Public Library, Clinton, NJ


Read my bi-monthly garden history column in Gardener News Magazine at www.gardenernews.com


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