Thursday, April 1 - 7:00 PM
Join us for the fourth (and final) of our free Zoom talks previewing plants we'll have for sale online this year. Click here to register. The Zoom link will be sent to you the morning of the program.
Please note that we have added the following plants to the list available for purchase from our Plant Sale:
- Chionanthus virginicus, Fringe Tree - 10 gallon
- Ilex opaca species - 3 gallon
- Ilex opaca 'Maryland Dwarf' - 1 gallon
- Ilex opaca 'Maryland Dwarf' - 3 gallon
- Ilex opaca 'Satyr Hill' - 1 gallon
We're open online now for plant orders, so click here
(or on the Plant Sale Banner, above) to check out the plants available, place your order and find out when and where you can pick your order up. Happy Shopping!
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Anytime in April
A RECORDED PROGRAM
Leeks are one of those vegetables we don't use often enough. They pair beautifully with a number of foods and are at their best this time of year. Take them on in this cooking demonstration with Cynthia Triolo, because once you know how to handle them you'll be using them regularly!
Register now and receive the access link when the recording is available.
Thursday, April 15 - 7:00 PM
VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM
Carolle Huber, local Landscape Architect, will discuss some easy practices that can help you make your landscape more eco-friendly. Not only the how, but the why. From choosing plants in the spring to your fall cleanup. Plants, lawn, birds and insects and more. Sustainable design is simply good design guided by solid environmental goals. We can all have landscapes that inspire awe, while still doing right by the environment.
Carolle calls this Suburban Ecology.
This program is eligible for 1.0 Master Gardener CEU.
MORRIS COUNTY PARK COMMISSION PROGRAM
Wildflowers of The Tourne - Thursday
March 25 - 12:00 - 12:45 PM
Hear all about flowering native plants on The Tourne's Wildflower Trail in this program by the Rockaway Valley Garden Club.
Click on flyer for more information and to register.
More and more plants are beginning to bloom at The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, a sure sign that Spring has sprung! When I visited today I was able to photograph the following: Daffodil, Hellebores, Crocuses, Viburnum x bodnantense flowers and Adonis amurensis (Pheasant's Eye, in the Buttercup family).
Click an image to see them all in our website's picture gallery. All pictures courtesy of Margery Ennist.
We are pleased to make several of our previously recorded events available in case you missed one or another of them.
When shopping at our fine Retail Partners, please remember to present your Membership card at the beginning of your check out transaction. Our Retail Partners need to enter the discount at the beginning of that process.
If you have not yet used this wonderful Member Benefit, you can view our full list of Retail Partners by clicking here.
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