Every year CT Hort seeks nominations for this prestigious award named in honor of Dr. Gustav Mehlquist. Nominations must be received by April 30.
All the landscape displays were well-done and a joy to see, however, one stood out as the CT Hort Best-in-Show.
Our much loved Connecticut Horticultural Society (CT Hort) exists largely due to the help of many volunteers. They are a source of inspiration, knowledge and encouragement which is valued and enjoyed by all of us.
Be a part of this worthwhile and fun tradition that marks the start of spring. Admission is FREE!
Over $200,000 raised, 25,000+ plants sold, 138 students awarded, hundreds of volunteer hours, devoted chairpersons, extraordinary donors… here’s how it happened:
Upcoming horticultural events in our area worth considering!
I recently came to an ‘aha’ moment during a conversation with Cheryl Marino, the chairperson of the Membership Committee. We were brainstorming on ways to find more people to staff the Membership Committee. We both feel strongly that increasing our membership ranks requires a personal touch; a human connection to our lively and interesting organization.