17th Annual Winter Lecture Series:
Great Gardens and Their Legacies

Featuring R. William Thomas, Cassian Schmidt, and Aaron Bertelsen

Three Thursdays: January 28, February 25, March 24, 10–11:30 a.m. Ross Hall, The New York Botanical Garden

Chanticler... Hermannschof ... Great Dixter. Three beloved, and influential gardens—each founded on a singular vision, each with an evolving legacy. Join us for this year's fascinating series, as three innovative gardeners take us inside the vision to share the challenges of maintaining—and expanding—these iconic spaces. Plantsmen as well as stewards, they must protect past, present, and future ... balancing art, nature, technology, and the expectations of an ever-growing public.
CEUs: Each lecture is approved for two credit hours by:  
Funded in part by the Barbara Cushing Paley Fund. 
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