The National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Community Wildlife Habitat® program partners with cities, towns, counties, neighborhoods and communities of all kinds to become healthier, greener and more wildlife-friendly. Through this program communities can enhance and restore islands and corridors of wildlife habitat in urban and suburban areas nationwide, while at the same time connecting to existing […]
News of interest to the gardeners and nature lovers of Connecticut.
It takes many people to pull this event together. April’s sale and auction raised more than $4,200 for the CT Hort Scholarship Fund!
At our April meeting we congratulated those members who celebrated their milestone anniversaries.
Native Plant Trust, formerly known as New England Wild Flower Society, is one of the first twelve organizations in the world awarded Advanced Conservation Practitioner Accreditation by Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). This accreditation recognizes botanic institutions with significant conservation impact and with work that supports local, national or global conservation goals. Native Plant Trust […]
The New Britain Symphony Orchestra will be presenting Spring in Bloom, a concert dedicated to music celebrating Spring and flowers. The concert will be lead by Edward Cumming and will feature guest violinist Sirena Huang. CT Hort members receive a special rate!
We’d like to extend a warm welcome to our newest members, who joined CT Hort this year!
The curators of the exhibition at New Britain Museum of American Art called on CT Hort member Judy King and past-member Alice Willard to advise and counsel the mural artist on the native plants of Central Connecticut. The result of this collaboration is a truly amazing mural…