SATURDAY, MAY 12, from 10 AM to 4 PM is my first Garden Conservancy Open Day of the season, and I’m hoping to see lots of you. As further enticement, I’m pleased that Broken Arrow Nursery will be here selling exceptional plants (and besides meeting their amazing Adam Wheeler, you can also have a word with Jack the Demon Cat). I’m in Copake Falls, NY; directions and other details are on the Conservancy site; a $5 donation to their efforts is requested, but no reservations are required. The whole scoop:
There is also an Open Day in nearby Litchfield County, Connecticut that day and in Dutchess County, New York (the other adjacent area to me). Be sure to check for those listings, too, and make a day of it.
Can’t make it? How about coming June 2, or August 18? (Or come back; always something different going on.) On the August date, Broken Arrow will be here again doing a sale in time for fall planting, and garden writer and old friend Ken Druse will deliver a morning lecture on plant combinations and do a smaller afternoon workshop on propagation.
All the details on those other days, including links to follow for the Ken Druse events, are on my events page. Ken’s talk and workshop require prior registration and ticket purchase; don’t get shut out, as spots are filling fast.