As school kids will attest, learning doesn’t stop just because you are at home. With social events on hold, the items posted are virtual and online horticultural programs, classes and tours for you to enjoy.
News of interest to the gardeners and nature lovers of Connecticut.
We take great pride in announcing two recent births in the CT Hort family!
The 2022 Symposium Committee is taking shape and now is a great time to join in the conversation.
Winter is a time when we slow down, just as our New England landscape does. Surrendering to the rhythm of each season’s developments and dormancies is to savor the secret of living well.
Deeds recorded early in the 19th century indicate the area where
the property stands already was known as “Old Farms.”
The annual Garden Trends Report is one of the most published garden studies in trade and consumer news. This is the 20th anniversary of the report compiled by the Garden Media Group, a public relations and marketing firm from Philadelphia. A summary of their findings for 2021 is presented here.
I want to sincerely thank everyone who participated in the various online fund raisers we recently offered. Using eBay as our selling platform, we certainly expanded our geographic reach. There was a Primula collector in Wisconsin who eagerly bought…