Entries from March 2009

Norah Lindsay: The Life and Art of a Garden Designer

March 30, 2009

Our April 28th Meeting is guest day so be sure to invite an interested friend for our excellent program.  Allyson Hayward will be speaking about Norah Lindsay (1873-1948)  Lecture BIO Allyson Hayward  Allyson Hayward is an internationally acclaimed garden historian, who writes and lectures extensively on topics related to gardens and their history. She is […]

March Meeting Fabulous Photos

March 26, 2009

Our March meeting featured fabulous nature photography by Todd Gipstein a National Geographic photographer.   From 2009_03_24_MGC_Meeting From 2009_03_24_MGC_Meeting From 2009_03_24_MGC_Meeting From 2009_03_24_MGC_Meeting For more photos visit Picasaweb

Asian Longhorn Bark Beetle

March 24, 2009

Joan Allen from UConn Home And Garden Education Center will be speaking to our club on May 25, 2010 on the devastation caused by this preditor insect. You can read more in this New York Times Article.   A photo of the Asian Bark Beetle

March Meeting Speaker – Todd Gipstein

March 14, 2009

A Feast for The Eyes Our March Meeting speaker is Todd Gipstein – renowned photographer and media specialist – “committed to continuing his long career of creating elegant, emotional shows that touch a responsive chord in viewers. In short, ‘media with a message. “ You can see Todd’s work and read more about him on […]

February Meeting

March 9, 2009

Stony shared some great photos of the February Meeting.

Brussels in Bloom

March 8, 2009

Click on the images to enlargeCraftsmen arrange the flowers by hand, directly onto the square’s cobblestones, without any soil. Grass and tree bark are also used to provide color. Story submitted by Jane Bogdan.