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Summer Author Series: Bill Noble, Spirit of Place - The Making of a New England Garden

When: 
June 25, 2020 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: 

Online Class

 

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For the first event in our summer author series, join author Bill Noble as he talks about the making of his Vermont garden, including its evolution, sources of design inspiration, and the principles that guided its creation. Enjoy a lecture as Bill discusses his new book A Spirit of Place: The Making of a New England Garden with Bill Noble, available for purchase through our online shop. Noble draws connections between his own garden and the gardens that inspired it, including those of the Cornish Artists’ Colony and the contemporary and historic gardens he encountered throughout his work with the Garden Conservancy. In this richly illustrated talk, Bill shows how he uses a variety of trees, shrubs and hardy perennials to create planting compositions of foliage and flowering interest that deepen the sense of being rooted in place. Enjoy just the lecture and Q&A or, for an additional cost, receive the accompanying book as well. Presented in partnership with Tower Hill Botanic Garden and Timber Press.

 


Advance registration is highly recommended.

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