Coming Up at BBG

Duncan Himmelman will share the tricks to establish hummingbird nesting sites on Saturday, April 20, from 10 a.m. to noon.

A black and white cyanotype print of the top of a tree.

Join Madge Evers on Saturday, April 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (with a raindate of Sunday, April 21) to learn cyanotype, the camera-less technique.

A landscape with hill tops and light streaming through clouds.

Thaddeus B. Kubis will facilitate a workshop to learn how to capture the most beautiful landscapes in the area on Wednesday, April 24, from 9 to 11 a.m.


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Ronald Kujawski, a member of our Horticulture Advisory Committee, stopped by to share some gardening tips in these whacky weather days of late March. What should you be enjoying now? What should you be wary of?

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Crocus, iris, witch hazel, snowdrops, winter aconite, oh my! It's mid-March. Come stroll with us for early signs of life here at Berkshire Botanical Garden.

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Bluebirds are universal symbols of hope, love, positivity, and renewal. BBG Trustee Tom Ingersoll returns the favor by building some bluebird boxes.


Watch out for Eastern Tent Caterpillars! And do everything on Ron's list of weekly tasks! Or you can play golf instead.

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Soil testing and "balanced" fertilizers: Are you poisoning your soil?

It's (finally) time to get your cool-season crops in the ground! Ron's got the scoop on what you can plant now. Also, who loves potatoes as much as he does?

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