February 25, 2021 This Year’s Garden Trends, Katherine Sophia Kane, Josif Pančić, The February Birds at Jean Hersey’s Feeder, Everlastings by Bex Partridge, and an Edna Walling Theater Production

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Today we celebrate a young botanist that wrote the first flora of Ireland at the age of 22. We’ll also learn about the Father of Serbian botany. We hear words about the birds of winter – creatures that entertain us at our bird feeders and fly freely over our winter gardens. We Grow That Garden…

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December 21, 2020 Six Healthy Winter Vegetables to Grow, Robert Brown, Rosemary Verey, Mistletoe, Growing Winter Weeds with Susan Tyler Hitchcock, The Gardens of Luciano Giubbilei by Andrew Wilson, and Lucien Daniel’s 1917 Watering Tip

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Today we celebrate the Scottish botanist who is remembered for the phenomenon known as Brownian Motion. We’ll also learn about the woman remembered as the Queen of the Traditional English Country Garden. We’ll have a little mini-class on Mistletoe and the etymology of its name. We’ll listen to a verse from a garden writer and…

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December 15, 2020 How Front Gardens Boost Wellbeing, Margaret Cavendish, Joyce Winifred Vickery, The National Herb Garden, Donald Culross Peattie, Farming the Woods by Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel, and Fenway Park Boston Ivy

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Today we celebrate the 17th-century philosopher and naturalist, who was the first woman to make a living from her writing. We’ll also learn about the forensic botanist who solved the crime of the decade in the 1960s in Australia. We’ll recognize the Herb Society’s project that now occupies two and a half acres at the…

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November 16, 2020 Denys Zirngiebel, Joseph Henry Maiden, Albert Francis Blakeslee, Donald Peattie, The Gardens of Bunny Mellon by Linda Jane Holden, and Elizabeth Fox

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Today we celebrate the man known as the “Pansy King.” We’ll also learn about the Anglo-Australian botanist who first described much of the Eucalyptus genus. We remember the American botanist who had a favorite plant he liked to use in the study of heredity – and it wasn’t peas. We salute one of America’s most…

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