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Dan Hinkley | Windcliff: People, Places, Plants | Sunday, June 13, 2021
Windcliff, a 6.5 acre garden on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound, is the second garden of horticulturist Dan Hinkley and his partner, architect Robert L. Jones, the first being the still-legendary Heronswood. With a due south facing aspect, and thirsty soils, Hinkley began to visualize the garden in 2000 while Jones set about designing their house. Both horticulture and architecture were meant to be inseparable.

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Susan Cohen | Finding Design: Landscape Architects and the Creative Process | Sunday, May 2, 2021
Reaching beyond the constraints of their sites, landscape architects often create works that are unique and memorable. Susan Cohen will show ways in which creative imaginations have fueled the design process of several landscape architects. The projects discussed will include the garden of the American Academy in Rome, a college campus in Israel, a modern garden in Japan, a public park in China, a desert garden in California, and a walled garden in England.

Her book, The Inspired Landscape: Twenty-One Leading Landscape Architects Explore the Creative Process, was published by Timber Press. Her website is: susancohenlandscapearchitect.com Susan’s own home garden has been open for visits by the Garden Conservancy and many garden clubs. This year, she was chosen as an Honorary Member of the Garden Club of America. We live in a time of great energy in garden making – private spaces that express ideas about beauty, place, nature, wildness and sometimes fantasy. In this illustrated talk, Carolyn explores the stories behind personal havens scattered across Europe that she chose not for their pedigree but for their owner’s passion and creativity.

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Carolyn Mullet: Adventures in Eden: An Intimate Tour of Private European Gardens | Wednesday, April 28, 2021
We live in a time of great energy in garden making – private spaces that express ideas about beauty, place, nature, wildness and sometimes fantasy. In this illustrated talk, Carolyn explores the stories behind personal havens scattered across Europe that she chose not for their pedigree but for their owner’s passion and creativity.

Carolyn Mullet is a retired award-winning garden designer who practiced in the Washington, DC metro area for over 30 years. She is also the owner and creative director of CarexTours, which offers international garden tours each year for the discerning garden traveler. Her book Adventures in Eden: An Intimate Tour of Private European Gardens was published by Timber Press in 2020. In addition, she produces popular social media posts daily showcasing gardens from around the world on both Instagram and Facebook for a large international community of garden and plant enthusiasts.

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Tony Avent: My Favorite 100 Perennials I Wouldn’t Garden Without | Sunday, April 11, 2021
In his presentation, Tony Avent discussed his favorite perennials for the Long Island region including little-known stalwarts as well as cutting edge new introductions…all from his extensive trials. Tony is a plant explorer, researcher, garden communicator, and plantsman who has grown over 70,000 different plant taxa. He is the founder of Plant Delights Nursery www.plantdelights.com and Juniper Level Botanic Gardens www.juniperlevelbotanicgarden.org in Raleigh, NC.

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Naturalistic Gardens Discussion |Saturday, March 27, 2021

Edwina von Gal introduces a new initiative: 2/3 for the Birds
Gardens designed to provide more food sources for the birds by making sure that two out of every three plants we plant are natives, https://www.234birds.org. Garden designer Edwina von Gal heads up the non-profit PRFCT EARTH PRJCT, https://perfectearthproject.org.

Naturalistic Gardens: a Discussion with Tony Piazza & Abby Clough Lawless Join us for a discussion with Tony Piazza and Abby Clough Lawless about naturalistic gardens. The HAH virtual screening of Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf likely inspired thoughts of how to incorporate native plants into your gardens, for your own aesthetic enjoyment as well as to support wildlife through the seasons.


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