CT Hort has arranged a discount on membership with the American Horticultural Society (AHS). A new or gift ‘single membership’ costs only $25 for a year, rather than the going rate of $35.
CT Hort Member Karen Bussolini has created a newsletter that may be of interest to you.
It is with great sadness that the Austin family announces the passing of David C. H. Austin Snr OBE VMH, rosarian and founder of David Austin Roses Ltd.
Please join me in welcoming the latest graduating class of Master Gardeners to our January 17 meeting.
The seeds of the Master Gardener Program were sown during the early 1970s in the Pacific Northwest when agricultural extension faculty at Washington State University began receiving an increasing number of plant-related inquiries from homeowners. The educators had primarily been delivering programming on crop production and commercial horticulture, but as local communities flourished, it led […]
Prolific inventor and professor of horticulture at the University of Connecticut, and 2016 CT Hort Mehlquist Award winner , Dr. Mark Brand was recently issued two patents for his novel black chokeberry plants. The new UConn chokeberries will be available in garden centers for spring 2018.