18th Annual Winter Lecture Series:
The Gardener's Garden

Featuring Dan Hinkley, Arne Maynard, and Edwina Von Gal

Three Thursdays: January 25, February 22, March 29, 10–11:30 a.m. Ross Hall, New York Botanical Garden

This year’s series stays close to home—and heart—as three renowned gardeners,
plantsmen, and environmental stewards take us inside their own personal gardens.
As incubators, models, and laboratories, these beautiful spaces integrate wild nature,
plantings, and innovative visions, as well as influences and best practices from around
the world. Join us as our extraordinary speakers share the ideas and projects that have
led them to the gardens they have always wanted. 
CEUs: Each lecture is approved for two credit hours by:  
Funded in part by the Barbara Cushing Paley Fund. 
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Allt-y-bela is a medieval renaissance tower house cradled in a valley between grazed and wooded hillsides. Here, Arne Maynard is creating a garden with a strong bond to its setting and a powerful sense of place, but one that's manageable more...
02/22 Th 10:00am-11:30am Maynard
For Edwina von Gal, a garden is a collaboration with a piece of land about relinquishing, or establishing, just the right amount of control. Her property is a long, five-acre rectangle, with tidal wetland on one side, a former forest more...
03/29 Th 10:00am-11:30am von Gal