Every year CT Hort seeks nominations for this prestigious award named in honor of Dr. Gustav Mehlquist. Nominations must be received by April 30.
Programs & Events
Wildlife Biologist Brian Hess will talk about bats of the Northeast, their life cycle and migration patterns, the fight against white-nose syndrome and how we can help. Learn how to create a bat-friendly habitat and how to build and where to place a bat house.
Everyone attending will be entered into a drawing to win a Bat House!! (You must be present to win.)
All the landscape displays were well-done and a joy to see, however, one stood out as the CT Hort Best-in-Show.
Our much loved Connecticut Horticultural Society (CT Hort) exists largely due to the help of many volunteers. They are a source of inspiration, knowledge and encouragement which is valued and enjoyed by all of us.
Be a part of this worthwhile and fun tradition that marks the start of spring. Admission is FREE!
Gardening Inspirations from the Smoky Mountains
Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 7 pm
with Kim Eierman, Founder, EcoBeneficial!
The Smoky Mountains boast some of the healthiest ecosystems and greatest biodiversity in North America. Our Northeastern landscapes have quite a few of the same native plants, but far less healthy ecosystems. Horticulturalist, Kim Eierman will discuss how the beauty and the ecology of the Smoky Mountains can be modeled in your own landscape. Boost your own garden ecosystem with these gardening inspirations from the Smokies.
Tom Christoper interviews many of our speakers on his internet radio show. Click here to replay Tom’s interviews with past guests on iCRCV radio.
Attendees concentrate on creating their arrangements.