The current month’s newsletter is first distributed only to members. It will be archived here at the end of the month.
October 2018: Member Sarah Bailey explains the science behind Phenology – using reoccurring horticultural events to help determine when certain pests or problems are likely to appear. Tovah Martin will present Boot Camp for Your Senses in the Fall & Winter Garden at this month’s Speaker Meeting. Garden Show activities begin with the Fall Bulb Fundraiser taking place at the October meeting. Welcome new members! Marketplace ads. Master Gardener program turn 40 this year. Trips include a Broadway Show, a day in Boston and the Philadelphia Flower Show.
September 2018: Welcome a new season at CT Hort! Learn about renowned German plantsman, Ernst Pagels as seen through the eyes of Robert Herman, the 2018 Mehlquist Award winner. Membership renewal begins for the 2018-19 season. New CT Hort President, Brett Isaacson, sends his greetings. Mehlquist winner, Robert Herman, will also be our speaker and will discuss Hardy Geraniums. Member Rose Riley contributes to her community. CT Hort heads to Broadway! Flower Show preparations begin.