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The New Heirloom Garden

When: 
Thursday, February 25, 2021 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Where: 

Online Class

Enjoy a virtual lecture and Q&A session with author Ellen Ecker Ogden about her new book, The New Heirloom Garden. Join the delicious revolution by learning about heirloom vegetables, forgotten fruits and fragrant flowers. Discover what to grow for the best-tasting vegetables and dig deeper into the diverse world of open-pollinated seeds to become a seed saver. Learn how to grow something new that is old and revel in growing your own seeds to sow each year in your own garden, and to share with friends. During this Author Talk, Ellen will share her six steps to successful kitchen garden design based on productivity and beauty, with designs and photographs from her book. Be inspired to plant varieties that add forgotten charm to your own heirloom garden and serve up good food.

Ellen Ecker Ogden is an award-winning kitchen garden designer who lives in Vermont. She is the author of The Complete Kitchen Garden, The Vermont Cheese Book, The Vermont Country Store Cookbook and upcoming The New Heirloom Garden. Her articles and kitchen garden designs have been featured in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Garden Design, Better Homes and Gardens and Eating Well, among others. Her lectures teach kitchen garden design for cooks who love to garden, sharing tips on what to grow for flavor and charm. Visit her website at: ellenogden.com.


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