For more than 25 years CHS has acknowledging the accomplishments of CT Horticulturists with this special award. This award is given to a Connecticut plantsman or woman who has had an impact on the art of gardening or has made an extraordinary contribution to the world of horticulture.
News of interest to the gardeners and nature lovers of Connecticut.
June 18, 2015: Robert Adzema – “Designing the Light: Using Sun Dials and a Sense of Place to Understand the Play of Sunlight in Your Garden” Evaluate this speaker by clicking this link Sculptor and plein air landscape painter Robert Adzema has spent a lifetime pursuing the beauty of sunlight. For his sun-specific sculptures, he […]
It is with great sadness we advise you of the passing of our beloved member emeritus David J. A.Smith on January 2, 2015. David has been a member of CHS for more than 30 years, serving as president and many other volunteer capacities. Most notably, Mr. Smith was tireless in his devotion to raising […]
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Sad news from our travel partners Friendship Tours: Dear Friendship Family, It is with a heavy heart, that we announce the passing of our mother, the founder of Friendship Tours, Lois Isaacson. Lois founded Friendship Tours in 1977, based on the principle of bringing joy to the people who traveled with her. She had the […]
By Kevin Wilcox – Rhododendrons have had a tough year. This spring, many have turned completely brown or else the leaves of specific branches have turned brown even though the rest of the shrub looks healthy. Why the sudden appearance of damaged leaves?