Start the holiday season with CT Horticultural Society and Broken Arrow Nursery! Make your own wreath with the help of the Broken Arrow staff and learn about the unusual trees and shrubs whose foliage you’ll be using. Seasonal refreshments will be served for a wonderful holiday experience. Bring your work gloves and pruners. Click to register
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.)
Attendees concentrate on creating their arrangements.
The Connecticut Horticultural Society (CT Hort) and Ballek’s Garden Center encourage you to melt away the winter chill with an afternoon in East Haddam. Come in from the cold and spend the afternoon at Ballek’s greenhouse exploring the remarkable world of indoor plants. Get answers regarding your own domestic greenery. And spend time with fellow gardeners.
Tuesday, November 13, 6-8 p.m. at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury. Join Horticulturalist Kevin Wilcox as he familiarizes you with the wide, wonderful world of Japanese Maples…
Recap: The event was well attended and Ellen Bender’s lecture was educational. The seed collection kits were fun to make and helpful when collecting seeds. The tour was engaging as we collected seed around John O’Brien’s Nursery.
The day was most enjoyable, despite the cold, damp weather and those who visited lingered and engaged in lengthy conversation about cacti and succulents. Cindy Elliman worked hard to get everything in shape for her Saturday visitors and she has all sorts of interesting plants and gardens to share!! Cindy was very generous with her […]