A beautiful, but blowy day out on the North Shore of Long Island where I spoke on Thursday, April 24, 2014 to the North Country Garden Club at the historic and beautiful site of Old Westbury Gardens. in Old Westbury on Long Island. I was welcomed by Helen Bonebrake, shown with me above along with
I was delighted to be asked to speak to a special meeting when all three of the garden clubs of Weston come together. I was invited by Terri Hupalo on behalf of the Country Garden Club of Weston but the event on Thursday, April 17, 2014, included the other two garden clubs, namely the Weston
This is the scene that greeted me this morning! After we had finally had beautiful Spring weather, sunny and warm, I couldn’t believe it. We had finally just planted peas this past Palm Sunday and I was afraid that we were a bit late — too warm for peas. But then winter reappeared last night!
On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, I had the great pleasure of speaking for the Noanett Garden Club in the beautiful town of Dedham, Massachusetts at the Community Center there. This is an active and impressive Club. Not only was I the guest speaker, but at the same time they had organized a magnificent exhibit of
On Monday morning, April 7, 2014, I had the great pleasure of speaking to The Cambridge Plant and Garden Club in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Karen Biemann shown standing with me, welcomed us all to her lovely home. Special thanks to Janet Plotkin who invited me to speak and who organized a wonderful day, giving me the
I ended my tour of Florida with a final talk at The Hillsboro Club on the East Coast about an hour or so south of my prior talk in Palm Beach. Over many years, I had heard about the special charms of the Hillsboro Club and indeed, it was every bit as delightful as all
On January 30th, The Society of the Four Arts together with the Garden Club of Palm Beach co-sponsored my book talk in the marvelous, new Dixon Auditorium. Here I am with Molly Charland, the Director of Education for The Society. Fortunately for me, it was a rare rainy day so we had a terrific turn
I had the great pleasure of speaking for the Johann Fust Library Foundation and The Planters of Boca Grande at the Community Center there on January 23. I am with Jon Bednerik, the Executive Director of the Foundation, standing in the lovely courtyard of the Library, dazzled by the beautiful colorful plantings all around me.
It is wonderful to have Rosemary Verey: The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener included in the published list of the Top Ten Garden Books for 2013. See it on the popular gardening blog and website at www.TheGardenInterior.com.
In a recent newsletter of The Garden Conservancy, there are images of the Follies of Gardeners. I was delighted to see the Folly my husband Charlie designed and built at Brush Hill prominently included in the set of six selected. Brush Hill Gardens have been opened as part of the Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program