in the Club
Tuesday, September 8th, 2020
1:00 PM via Zoom
Spirit of Place: The Making
of a New England Garden
Speaker: Bill Noble,
For thirty years Bill Noble has worked as a garden designer and preservationist. As Director of Preservation for the Garden Conservancy he was instrumental in the preservation and restoration of dozens of gardens throughout the United States.
His Norwich, Vermont garden is included in the Smithsonian Institution’s Archive of American Gardens and has been featured in notable magazines and books. The Spirit of Place: The Making of a New England Garden, chronicles the making of his gardens.
Registration for this Zoom presentation is on the "Meeting, Programs, Events" page.
Fall Plant Sale
Friday-Saturday, September 11-12th, 2020
9:00 AM - Noon
Location: Pine Knoll Cemetery, Rt. 10, Hanover, NH
OUR FALL PERENNIAL PLANT SALE will take place Friday, September 11, and Saturday, September 12 from 9.00 am to Noon at the Holding Beds in the Pine Knolls Cemetery, 121 S. Main St, Hanover, NH 03755 (not at the new greenhouse)
The sale is open to anyone looking for home grown perennials at a reasonable price, spread the word.
Social distancing will be observed, some waiting may occur to achieve this, so patience may be necessary. Masks also required.
BYOB (bring your own bag or box)
Payment will be by cash or check.
We want to keep it simple and safe.
The plants will be dug from the beds at the time of the sale. We will also have many plants brought in by members that will also be available for sale. Bring your own spade or shovel if you wish to help dig up your chosen plant.
If you have plants to donate, please bring them to the holding beds in plant pots, bags or boxes before the sale. Water them well as it is likely to be a warm, dry week. Adding a name to the plant is always helpful, as is adding its color, light requirement, etc. if you have this information.
(Bring your own shovel and a bag or box to put plants in. We also have some volunteers who can help dig. The price is right - only $5 for a large clump!)
SOME OF THE MANY PLANTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE:
• Daylilies (variety of colors)
• Globe thistle
• Helenium (short)
• Iris (bearded)
• Ligularia dentata
• Lobelia (blue)
• Pollinator plants
• Shade-loving plants
• Solomon's Seal
• Yarrow (white)
And much, much more . . .
Tuesday, October 6th, 2020
The Art of Ikebana
Speaker: Kaye Vosburgh
Kaye will introduce Sogetsu Ikebana with a lesson for beginners, followed by freestyle arrangements that are creative and express the artists’ ideas. The Sogetsu School was the first to break away from the traditional rule driven arrangements. Love of plant material and nature is still a central theme. Kaye is a Sogetsu Ikebana teacher of the highest rank.
Our online presentation is hosted by the Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, VT. Registration information for this Zoom presentation will be available by October 1st. For more information please visit our "Meetings"page.
Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020
Artist Gardens in New England
Jana Milbocker and Joan Butler
Some of our most beloved painters, sculptors and authors were inspired by the gardens they created. Visit the private havens of Edith Wharton, Julian Alden Weir, Childe Hassam, Daniel Chester French, Emily Dickinson, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Celia Thaxter and others.
Our online presentation is hosted by the Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, VT. Registration information will be available November 1st. For more information please visit our "Meetings"page.
Click our link to enjoy one visitor's experience of
the 2017 HGC Annual Plant Sale!
https://vimeo.com/218288677. Made by Jamom.
The greenhouse is up, and we introduced it to the community by growing beautiful flowering plants, vegetables and herbs for our annual plant sale in May. See our greenhouse journey by visiting our greenhouse page to see photos and text.
To become a member today, click here.
HGC's monthly meetings are located at the Montshire Museum of Science
Please join our monthly programs located at the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont. All meetings are open to the public. If your New Year's resolution is to garden more, join the HGC! $35 covers a year of member meetings, speakers, garden tours, annual events, and the friendship that a garden club inspires. Click "How To Join" above left.
(Photos: S Berry)
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