Phlox is a genus of 60 species that includes many of America’s most beloved wildflowers and has yielded plants that are cultivated by gardeners around the world. On Thursday evening, April 20, join Jim Locklear, as he explores the ecology of phlox species in their natural haunts across the U.S. and the history of their use in the garden. His illustrated presentation is part botanical travelogue and part personal narrative.
Programs & Events
CHS Workshop: Garden Tool Basics The tools all gardeners should own and how to care for them The CHS Education Committee presents a workshop for every gardener; led by Kevin Wilcox, CHS member and experienced nurseryman. Get expert recommendations about the most essential tools every gardener should own Learn how to get peak performance and […]
Herald springtime by joining in on the traditional CHS Nursery Crawl. These legendary trips are meant to set the stage for a successful growing season! This year, we’ll be crawling around the Merrimack Valley in the northeast corner of Massachusetts: The day begins at Wilson Farm in Lexington where it has been operating since 1884. […]