Gardening as if the World Depends on Us

Thursday April 16

6:30 PM  –  8:00 PM

Gardening as if the World Depended on Us

Lecture program led by: Tovah Martin

 Worried about the world? Take action! Actually, just by being a gardener, you are already making a big difference. Want to do more? Gardens offer so many opportunities to link with nature and rescue the world. What can you do to help? Everything! This lecture is filled with ideas from gardeners who rallied their acreage in backyards large and small to make a difference. From 21st Century versions of Victory Gardens to pollinator plants, native shrubs, and bird forage with scenic excursions into cover-the-earth density plantings, lawn alternatives, herbs, and drought-tolerant suggestions, we talk about how you can ally with nature to make the world a better place for all creatures. The results are ravishing—these gardens bristle with beauty and overflow with pride. With a trowel in hand, you can save the earth.

 

Bartlett Arboretum Education Department: 203-883-4035 

Location: Meet and sign-in at the Silver Educational Center. 

Cost: $35 to attend. Members can take advantage of a $10 discount at check-out!

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