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MATTHEWS GROUP

STAIR GALLERIES

Berkshire Woodworkers guild

BERKSHIRE TACONIC

Cupboards and Roses

Garden Intelligence: Lectures, Workshops, Events

July 27, Sharon
The Garden of Lynden Miller The Berkshire Botanical Garden presents an off-site field study of a private garden that features a semi-circular evergreen hedge enclosing mixed borders, a woodland garden, a raised gravel garden, a large cottage garden, and a small stream and pond. 10:30 a.m.

July 30, Columbia & Dutchess Counties
The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program Tour the garden of Helen Bodian and the Hyland/Wente garden in Millerton, the garden of Belinda and Stephen Kaye in Millbrook, and the Brine garden in Pawling. 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

July 30, West Cornwall
The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program Tour Treetop, an idiosyncratic hillside garden incorporating granite ledge, steep ravines, placid greensward, and a wooded hillside sloping down to a lake. 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

August 9, Dutchess County
Gardeners Who Inspire The Berkshire Botanical Garden presents an off-site field study of two inspiring gardens, one of which was included in Jane Garmey’s book, Private Gardens of the Hudson Valley. 10 a.m.

August 19, Columbia County
The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days Program
Tour Mansfield Garden in Hillsdale, as well as the garden of Margaret Roach in Copake Falls, where specialty growers Broken Arrow Nursery will be on site selling plants. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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