September 2017: Mehlquist Award recipient, Tom Christopher, writes about the joy of making hard cider. Membership drive begins for the 2017-18 season. Fall Plant Sale & Auction scheduled for Sept 29 in Tolland. Larry Weaner will be this month’s speaker. Symposium and monthly speakers announced. Ballek Farm Protected by Connecticut Farmland Trust. 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show trip announced.
Summer 2017: Doug Tallamy reminds us how important plant selection can be to maintaining a balanced ecosystem. Learn how you can make a difference in your own backyard. See upcoming workshops and Horticultural Happenings around the state. Check out the new Broadway Show trip. Meet Karen Bachand, enjoy a note of gratitude from one of […]
September 2015 – In this issue: • Dan Furman on Pawpaws • Top Bulb Picks for Fall 2015 October 2015 – In this issue: • Landscape Dreams to Reality by Geo Siriotis • The Upside and Downside of Drought by Sarah Bailey Winter (November/December) 2015 – In this issue: The year’s top ten gardening books are […]
September 2014 – In this issue: • Renew Your Membership • NYBG Curator Kristin Shleiter on the Native Garden • How New to Horticulture Plants are Discovered October 2014 – In this issue: • Kevin Wilcox on Fall Flowers, Fruit and Foliage • Lee Reich Featured on Pomonas Secrets: Fruits for the Northeast Garden • Spring 2015 […]
September 2013 – In this issue: • Great Plants for Adorning Autumn • David Culp Garners Gold Medal from Garden Writers Association • Tovah Martin: A Passion for Plants and Prose • Education Committee Programs • Travel to the New York Botanical Garden & Tower Hill Botanical Garden October 2013 – In this issue: • Reinventing a […]
February 2013 – In this issue: • The Green Industry: Gardeners as Consumers • Isaacson Gift: Speaker Endowment • Jerry Fritz: Cutting Edge Plants for New England Landscapes • From the Field • Education Committee Programs • Flower Show Travel April 2013 – In this issue: • Rain Gardens: Reining in the Rain • Ruth Rogers Clausen: […]