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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

1:00 PM via Zoom

"Houseplants by Design: Adding Plants to your Decor"

Speaker: Tovah Martin

​A Virtual Zoom Lecture

You want houseplants, you need houseplants – but do you really utilize houseplants to their fullest potential?


In this virtual lecture filled with photos and inspiration from my own collection of houseplants, we explore some of the easiest, most rewarding houseplants appropriate for all types of home situations and varying window exposures.

 Pre-Registration required.

Online presentations are hosted by the Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, VT.  Registration for this Zoom presentation will be available through the Montshire Museum of Science. Visit www.montshire.org for more information. Click here for more information. 

April 24th

9-10:30am via Zoom

Pruning Fruiting Plants

Speaker: Lee Reich, Ph.D., a horticultural consultant and writer 

The Windham and Windsor County chapters of University of Vermont Extension Master Gardeners will host a free Zoom presentation on April 24 on pruning fruiting plants.


Lee Reich, Ph.D., a horticultural consultant and writer, will describe correct and timely pruning methods for apples, peaches, grapes, blueberries and other fruiting plants to keep them healthy, productive and bearing the tastiest fruits. He also will demonstrate how to restore a neglected plant through proper pruning.


The session, which will run from 9 to 10:30 a.m., is being offered in collaboration with the Rockingham Free Public Library. It is open to all interested gardeners or homeowners in Vermont and neighboring states.


To register, go to https://go.uvm.edu/fruit-plant-pruning.


Reich, who calls himself as an avid "farmdener" (more than a gardener, less than a farmer) is the author of several books, including A Northeast Gardener's Year, The Pruning Book and Landscaping with Fruit, among others. He writes a biweekly syndicated gardening column for the Associated Press and for a number of national gardening magazines.


His "farmden" in New Paltz, New York, has been featured in Martha Stewart Living and other national publications and has been included in The Garden Conservancy tours. It also has earned awards from both National Gardening Magazine and Organic Gardening.


For more information or to request a disability-related accommodation, contact Cindy Heath at (603) 543-1307 or cindy.heath@uvm.edu.


Click our link to enjoy one visitor's experience of 

the 2017 HGC Annual Plant Sale!

https://vimeo.com/218288677.  Made by Jamom.


Project Greenhouse

The greenhouse is up, and working! We are growing our second houseful of annual plants for our

2021 Annual Plant Sale on May 14-15, 2021.  

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)