Connecticut Horticultural Society Proudly Presents… That’s right! 2020 is the year for our next symposium. It will also be the 10th anniversary of this biennial event. Be sure to mark your calendar to attend this full day of gardening bliss. Our esteemed guest speakers will be: There will also be plenty of gardening vendors and […]
by Barbara Skomorowski, email@example.com As tradition has it, the Winter issue of our Newsletter includes garden book reviews. I am looking for volunteers to read and review one of the following books: BOOK TITLE – AUTHOR(S) Ground Rules – Kate FreyMastering the Art of Vegetable Gardening – Matt MattusThe New Plant Parent – Darryl ChengA […]
Space had been reserved in this month’s Newsletter to congratulate Ken Stubenrauch on becoming a recipient of the 2019 CT Hort Service Award. At our June meeting, Justine Ramsey presented Past-President Ken Stubenrauch with the award. In her presentation, Justine spoke of Ken’s 15-year commitment to CT Hort that began when his wife Joan had […]
Upcoming horticultural events in our area worth considering!
The 2019-2020 season will begin September 1. Two years ago we implemented a ‘rolling membership’ process rather than having all renewals due in September. So, your membership will be up for renewal a year after you last paid. To save on paper and hold down costs, we will send you an email reminder a month […]
Tom Christopher is hosting a new radio program on WESU-FM at 88.1. It is called “Growing Greener” and airs live every Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. Tom’s emphasis on environmentally-informed gardening will include conversations with some of the leading voices from the field. Tom will also be interviewing some of the CT Hort speakers that […]