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Arm Chair Traveling at Mass Hort This Winter

history_symosiumOn January 30, 2018, spend a winter’s day touring iconic gardens from across the world. Join us for an afternoon symposium that will lead you on virtual tours through a variety of historical gardens. Our award-winning presenters include Patrick Chassé lecturing on Asian Gardens; Patrice Todisco reviewing trends of New England Gardens; and Marion Pressley discussing Italian Gardens. With stories and images, they will highlight design features that you can apply in your own landscapes. January 30, 1-5 p.m. at The Gardens at Elm Bank. Register Today!

 
Lecture, Reception & Book Signing by Robin Karson
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A reception, lecture and book signing in celebration of Robin Karson's new book Warren H. Manning, Landscape Architect and Environmental Planner will be held at the Arnold Arboretum's Weld Hill Research Building on Thursday June 15, 2017 beginning at 6 p.m. Karson is the Executive Director of the Library of American Landscape History.
This event is free but registration is requested. Seating is limited. Register at my.arboretum.harvard.edu or call 617-384-5277.  Sponsored by Friends of Fairsted and the Arnold Arboretum.
 
Historic Landscape Lecture at Mass Hort

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Mass Hort's Director of Horticulture, John Forti, gives an illustrated talk "Historic Landscapes: Creating a Sense of Time and Place" on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. John brings to life the unique and living history of plants that have a defining presence in our region. For those interested in gardens that inspire a sense of time and place, this talk will foster a better understanding of the most tried and true plants and our role in their preservation.

Register Now

$12/member, $20/general admission

 
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