There are some wonderful garden lectures coming up in just a few weeks:
Grow Native Massachusetts has a free lecture series in Cambridge that kicks off on Wednesday, February 5 with superstar speaker and scientist, Doug Tallamy. Doug’s new book will debut at this event.
Groton Garden Club and Nashua River Watershed Association will sponsor a free lecture by landscape architect, Toby Wolf, for Authentic, Immediate and Alive: Design Lessons from Wild Landscapes. The date is Sunday, February 9 at 2 pm at the new Groton Center. See the attached flyer for more information including the snow date of February 16!
Berkshire Botanical Garden in West Stockbridge is a place that I head to a few times each year for interaction with what I call “garden gurus.” Their annual winter lecture keeps up the trend with British gardener Tom Coward of Gravetye Manor speaking on The Legacy of Wild Gardener William Robinson on Saturday, February 22 at 2 pm in Lenox. Note snow date the next day. Advance registration is a must, as this event usually sells out. More info and registration here!