Here is where you’ll find this season’s issues of the CT Hort Newsletter.
View the newsletters published throughout the 2017-18 season.
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: […]