Coming Up at BBG

Miriam Rubin leads this series through Sept. 15. Each event begins in BBG’s vegetable garden where we harvest fresh vegetables, then we head into the kitchen to make a multi-course meal. 

Sprout in soil

Join BBG student and composting instructor Linda Murray on Saturday, June 1, from 10 a.m. to noon, for a workshop on the basics of vermiculture and how to maintain a compost bin.

Man with sun hat in front of a forest

On Saturday, June 8, from 2 to 4 p.m., Zach Rissman will guide participants through a two-hour experience where they can slow down and experience deep rest, relaxation, presence, and healing. 


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Ron didn't want to do this video because he had very little negative news to share about the state of pests and diseases. We have ways of making him talk.

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Tickets now available! Come dance under the stars at our annual gala, July 27!

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Horticulturist Ron Kujawski gives some deer tick advice and shares a peek at his latest gardening battle wound.


Come visit Sweet Cicely and Lovage. And here are ways you can use these lovely herbs.

Now I am wondering about my ability to grow apples at all in my Massachusetts garden. Here are some facts about fire blight and tips for how to manage it.

Tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, summer and winter squash, melons, pumpkins, and cucumbers — oh, my! And hail to the Weeder-in-Chief!

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