Friday, December 15, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm – The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend: Using Biological Products to Fight Diseases and Pests Webinar
The use of biological products for growth enhancement and disease and pest control has changed the treatment programs of many organic (and even non-organic) plant, turf and tree care professionals. Joe Magazzi, from Green Earth Ag & Turf, will discuss how advances made in biological products have resulted in effective treatments that target the pest and not the rest. This December 15 webinar begins at 12:30 pm and is sponsored by the Ecological Landscape Alliance. Free for ELA members, $10 for nonmembers. Sign up at http://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/webinar-enemy-enemy-friend-using-biological-products-fight-diseases-pests/
Celebrate the festival of lights with lanterns and latkes at Powisset Farm in Dover, a property of The Trustees of Reservations. Join the in the kitchen on Wednesday, December 13 from 5 – 7 while they experiment with a variety of potato (and other root veggies) pancake recipes, using fresh produce from the farm, and then create lanterns for everyone to bring home.
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Friends of Wellesley College Botanic Gardens announces the 2017 annual ON LOCATION: The Kampong, at the National Tropical Botanical Garden in Coconut Grove, Florida. All abilities are welcome. Join Sarah Roche and enjoy five days of botanical art. Once on location, start to draw with easy field sketches on the grounds of the stunning Kampong historic home and garden, where the climate of the southeast shore of Florida affords a natural open-air environment in which tropical species flourish. Explore rudiments of form from live specimens as you work in graphite studies. Some plants will be flowering, others will be fruiting, and some may have all stages of development visible. Then add color with watercolors. Take home a journal filled with field sketches useful for future art works and fond memories of a unique experience. The fee includes class instruction, four luncheons, two half-day visits to local botanic gardens and/or a museum, a Thursday evening Kampong member lecture by Sarah Roche. Travel, accommodations, other food, and other expenses not included. Dormitory accommodations at The Kampong may be arranged on a first-come basis. For those arriving on Sunday, January 21, a get-acquainted gathering will be arranged. Contact WCBG Friends for more details. WCBG Friends of Kampong Members $515, non-members $615. To register, email email@example.com or call 781-283-3094. Offered in collaboration with The Kampong, National Tropical Botanical Garden.
The images for the 2018 Trees of Boston Calendar were all taken in the Arnold Arboretum, home to thousands of different plants from around the world.
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Our holiday courtyard has arrived! For a few weeks in December and January each year the Gardner Museum horticulture team decks the courtyard garden with flowering jade, silver curry, green aloe, and dark red amaryllis.
Drop by the Education Studio between 11 am and 4:30 pm on Saturday, December 9 for a hands-on art activity. Consider the iconic portraits throughout the Museum and create your own project inspired by them. Explore the activity: http://bit.ly/2j0qm8P
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Officially incorporated as an independent non-profit organization in 1997, COGdesign provides pro-bono landscape design to underserved communities to promote physical and mental health and make eastern Massachusetts more beautiful. Below are descriptions of the 10 projects that COGdesign has accepted for the Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Project Season. If you would like to volunteer for one or more projects, please email Jean at JKrasnow9@gmail.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information. If you have already filled the out application or have volunteered in the past, you do not need to do so again.
Tuesday, March 20 – Wednesday, March 28 – Marvels of Madrid: Private Gardens, Historic Palaces, & Private Collections
The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s second international excursion includes iconic gardens and other works of landscape architecture and design, great food and exceptional private destinations in Spain’s capital city of Madrid. Organized and curated by the geniuses behind this year’s extraordinary Japan tour. We will be hosted by renown curators, landscape architects and artisans; and, every detail is attended to: accommodations, in-country travel, meals and other items. Photo by Charles Birnbaum.