Wednesday, Oct. 11 — 7 PM Zoom talk co-sponsored by CARY LIBRARY
Bioplanning a Garden for Lexington with Diana Beresford-Kroeger
Botanist, medical biochemist, and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger has a unique combination of Western scientific training and an understanding of various traditional ideologies. Born in Ireland, she now lives in Ontario. She has written several books on the global forest and has been featured in an award-winning documentary. Her latest book is To Speak for the Trees; My Life’s Journey from Ancient Celtic Wisdom to a Healing Vision of the Forest.
Diana will talk about the plants and trees that are beneficial for planting in Lexington
and the surrounding area for the health and well-being of Lexington residents
and the long-term sustainability of life on Earth. Whether you are a gardener or
not, everyone can play a role in replanting the global forest by starting locally.
Wednesday, November 8 — 6:30 PM Social Meeting/7 PM Meeting
Autumn and Winter Gardens with Jana Milbocker
Jana Milbocker is a garden designer, speaker, and author. She inspires and delights
gardeners with her expertise. She is the owner of the landscape design firm
Enchanted Gardens, a past president of the Holliston Garden Club, and active in
the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts.
Jana will teach us to add beauty to our gardens in the sweet golden days of
autumn with flowers, shrubs, trees, and vines that shine during the late season.
Discover plants with colorful blooms, rich foliage, and dramatic scent. This talk
will entice you to design a vibrant fall and winter garden.
December – WINTER GREENS PARTY details and location TBA