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The Seasonal Gardener – virtual talk
October 6, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Oct. 6 – First published in 2001, and now fully revised and updated, acclaimed bestselling author Anna Pavord’s The Seasonal Gardener features 60 ‘star plants’ — from iris to hostas — each paired with two perfect partners: shrubs, herbaceous perennials, bulbs, and annuals that no garden should be without. This classic book reveals how best to group plants in a garden to create a year-long display. Ranging from hydrangeas, salvias, and ferns to dahlias, tulips and snowdrops, each star plant is paired with two partners, offering gardeners creative planting solutions to achieve stunning results, season by season.
DATE AND TIME
Thursday, October 6, 2022
2:00 p.m. Eastern, Live on Zoom
Members $5 per person; General admission $15, option to buy discounted book
A recording of this webinar will be sent to all registrants a few days after the event. We encourage you to register, even if you cannot attend the live webinar.
Members of the Frank & Anne Cabot Society for planned giving have complimentary access to Garden Conservancy webinars. All Cabot Society members will automatically be sent the link to participate on the morning of the webinar. For more information about the Cabot Society, please contact Sarah Parker at email@example.com or 845.424.6500, ext. 214.
About the Speaker
Anna Pavord is one of today’s most inspiring and much-loved garden writers and the author of globally bestselling The Tulip and The Naming of Names. Her gardening column in the Independent in the UK ran for 30 years from the paper’s launch in 1986 until the last print edition. Today, she writes for the Sunday Times and is an Associate Editor of Gardens Illustrated. Pavord lives in West Dorset and was awarded the Gold Veitch medal from the Royal Horticultural Society in 2001.