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Past Programs

Our monthly programs feature a wide variety of topics and speakers. 

Recent programs include:


April 2023 (in person)

Untermyer Gardens: From The Field

Andrew Schuyler, Assistant Head Gardener, Untermyer Gardens


March 2023 (in person)

Native Plants for Small Spaces: Rock Gardens, Crevices and Troughs

Michael Hagen, Curator of the Rock Garden and Native Plant Garden, NYBG


February 2023 (via Zoom)

Spring Alpines of the Spanish Aragonese Pyrenees

Todd Boland. Horticulturist, MUN Botanical Garden, St. John's, NL, Canada


January 2023 (via Zoom)

Crevice Gardens in the East: Plants and Practices

Kenton Seth. Author of "The Crevice Gardener"


December 2022 (via Zoom)

Alpine Flowers of the Swiss Bernese Oberland

Jennifer Kalb. Chapter Member


November 2022 (via Zoom) 

The Making of a Garden on a Hill

Chris Young. Author, Editor and Publisher


September 2022 (in person):

Propagation for Everyone

Gelene Scarborough. Gardener at Wave Hill

April 2022 (via Zoom)

A New Way of Thinking About Gardens, Nature and Ourselves

James Golden. Federal Twist

February 2022 (via Zoom)

Wildflowers and Natural Habitat on the Roof

Marni Majorelle. Alive Structures

January 2022 (via Zoom)

Gardens Inspired by Gertrude Jekyll and the Cottage Garden Style

Mariel Tribby. Senior Horticulturist, Missouri Botanical Garden

December 2021 (via Zoom)

The Grass is Singing: Rediscovering the Magic of Alpine Plants

Non Morris. Garden Writer and Designer

October 2021 (via Zoom)

Pot Luck: Gardening With Containers

Abbie Zabar. Writer, Artist and Designer

September 2021 (via Zoom)

How Plants Got Their Stripes: The Science of Variegated and Patterned Leaves

Joseph Tychonievich. Horticulturis, Author, Editor of The Rock Garden Quarterly

May 2021 (via Zoom)

The Highlands of Lesotho

Mike Bone. Associate Director of Horticulture and Curator of Steppe Collection, Denver Botanical Gardens

April 2021 (via Zoom)

Pollinator Ecology

Rebecca McMackin. Director of Horticulture, Brooklyn Bridge Park


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