Massachusetts 12,000 B.C. – Now. Lecture presented by Meg Muckenhoupt, an environmental and travel writer and co-creator of the Green Spaces. This lecture is open to the public. 7:15 p.m. – Phoenix Masonic Temple, Broadway & Washington Street, Hanover
Massachusetts 12,000 B.C. – Now – Lecture presented by Meg Muckenkhoupt, an environmental and travel writer and co-creator of the Green Spaces. This lecture provides a landscape history of Massachusetts – what it looked like when the Laurentide Glaciers melted 12,000 years ago, and how it evolved to where it is today. This meeting is open to the public. RSVP to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Classic Designs for Contemporary Gardens Lecture by landscape designer, Warren Leach.
Public Invited – Free Lecture
What: Gardening in the Shade – A demonstration, slideshow, and Q&A with
When: Tuesday, February 3, 7:15 PM
Where: Phoenix Lodge, Broadway and Washington Streets, Hanover MA 02339
The Walnut Hill Garden club of Hanover invites interested members of the public to a free lecture and slide show, “Gardening in the Shade” to be presented by Suzanne Mahler on Tuesday, evening, February 3 at 7:15 p.m. at the Phoenix Masonic Lodge, Broadway and Washington Streets, Hanover,
Gardening in the Shade: Shady sites pose challenges but need not lack pizzazz! This presentation will define types of shade and cover site analysis, cultural conditions, and soil amendments accompanied by colorful images of shade gardens and plants. Learn which trees, shrubs, and perennials tolerate low light while providing fabulous flowers and foliages for a peaceful shady retreat.