Your garden has so much potential. It could become a haven where pollinators thrive, dine and reproduce. How do you create such a place? With flowers. And while bulking up on the blossoms, you might as well make every moment beautiful. Led by garden author Tovah Martin, this lecture provides ideas for a pollinator-pleasing place where colors echo while textural themes reverberate and weave in and out throughout the growing season. Photographed at Furthermore — the instructor’s garden — this lecture is an intimate chronicle of a community of plants and their interrelationships. Steal these ideas! Co-hosted with New England Botanical Garden.
Tovah Martin is an author and lifelong advocate for houseplants and indoor gardening. A perennial, heirloom, vegetable, and cottage gardener, she is accredited with NOFA as an Organic Land Care Professional. Tovah’s areas of specialty also include decades of experience with houseplants. She is the author of more than a dozen titles, including Tasha Tudor’s Garden (Houghton Mifflin), The Indestructible Houseplant (Timber Press), The Unexpected Houseplant (Timber Press), The New Terrarium (Clarkson Potter/Publishers), and The Garden in Every Sense and Season (Timber Press).
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PLEASE NOTE THIS CLASS WILL NOT BE RECORDED