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Archived News From September 2008
Visitors will tour many of the region's public gardens as part of five-day conference.
Visitors may view the scarecrows all week. Contest winners will be announced, and scarecrows raffled off, on Sunday at the Fall Festival.
Dr. Irwin Richman to address 'Growing Yesterday’s Garden: Heirloom Seeds and the Pennsylvania German Traditional Farm'
'The Artist & Gardener' with more than 80 vendors offers visitors a cornucopia of garden experiences.
It is one of only 39 land trusts in the country to receive this honor.
Funding supports outreach program to help children and adults in Germantown adopt sustainable healthy lifestyles.
Awbury hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate the garden and thank society members for their gift.
The Big Canvas initiative seeks citizens' input on how to do more to support and benefit from these assets, including public gardens.
Longwood's progressive dinner highlights eating locally produced foods; Wyck's workshop shows you how to grow your own edible landscape.
This annual event on October 17 will feature horticultural stars from Britain and the U.S., plus a new Happy Hour Reception after the conference.
This event on October 7 will feature several Belgian beers and foods made with beer, as well as the history of brewing.