2020 events calendar: garden open days, lectures, workshops
10th annual seedy saturday
CANCELED/Saturday March 28, 10th Annual Seedy Saturday at Turtle Tree Seed, Copake NY, 9:30 AM to noon and 1:30 PM to 4 PM. Tickets on sale at this link.
7th annual moth night, taconic state park
Saturday July 18, 7 PM onward: Moth Night, part of National Moth Week citizen science collaboration, in Taconic State Park, Copake Falls, NY.
tours & workshops at my garden in copake falls, ny
CANCELED/Saturday May 9, 2020, Garden Conservancy Open Day,10 AM-4 PM. Plus plant sale by Broken Arrow Nursery, morning lecture on “Flower Power” by organic flower farmer-florist Jenny Elliott of Tiny Hearts Farm, on how to grow your best performing annuals, dahlia and more ever, and other local classes in using herbs in food, growing and arranging flowers, and more. Get the entire day’s schedule (even box-lunch pre-orders!). Tickets for add-on events on sale March 15; no reservations required for garden visiting and plant sale.
Saturday June 6, 2019, Garden Conservancy Open Day, 10 AM-4 PM. Plus plant sale by Broken Arrow Nursery, plus other local talks and workshops. Tickets for add-on events on sale TBD; no reservations required for garden visiting and plant sale.
Saturday August 15, 9:30 AM to noon and 1:30 PM to 4 PM, half-day workshops with Broken Arrow Nursery’s Adam Wheeler at my garden, Copake Falls, NY. By reservation.
Saturday September 12, Mushroom workshops and walk with John Michelotti of Catskill Fungi.
at broken arrow nursery, hamden, ct
Saturday June 20: Day of workshops with Adam Wheeler.
Saturday October 10: Day of workshops with Adam Wheeler.
Saturday February 15, 2 PM, “Nonstop Plants: A Garden for 365 Days” talk at Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Morris Township, NJ. Snow date February 22. Ticket information.
POSTPONED/Wednesday April 1, Rockland County Master Gardeners’ Day daylong event, including talk on “Nonstop Plants: A Garden for 365 Days,” Tappan, NY. Ticket information. (Snow date Monday April 20.)
POSTPONED/Saturday May 23, talk at Hollister House Garden on “Nonstop Plants: A Garden for 365 Days,” Washington, CT. Hollister House website.