The January Club Meeting   (Open to the General Public) (please note: this meeting is held on the second Monday of the month) The Pen & The Trowel Presentation by Marta McDowell  (www.martamcdowell.com) Marta teaches landscape history and horticulture at the New York Botanical Garden and lectures widely.  For years she has been occupied with […]

The February Club Meeting  (Open to the General Public) From Bench to Bed – What Bonsai can Teach Gardeners Presentation by Marc Montefusco  (www.marcmontefusco.artspan.com) Marc applies the knowledge he has learned about bonsai every day in the gardens at the Reeves Reed Arboretum where he is the Head of Horticulture.  He believes that the art of […]

The March Club Meeting  (Open to the General Public) Birding for All Seasons in New Jersey Presentation by Tedor Whitman  (www.hartshornarboretum.org) Tedor is the Executive Director of the Cora Hartshorn Arboretum in Short Hills.  Some of his favorite topics are birds, birding and conservation. He hopes to encourage all of us to take up birding (even […]

The April Club Meeting  (Open to the General Public) Plants that Pay their Rent, and Plants that Should be Evicted Presentation by Regina Carlson Regina is back with her most recent garden talk that is sure to prepare us for the new growing season.  Based on her experience growing hundreds of kinds of plants (and […]

The May Club Meeting  (Open to the General Public) Azaleas and Rhododendrons:  Selection, Planting and Care Presentation by Marc Zukovich  (www.sterlinghort.com) Ever wonder why some rhododendrons and azaleas look so great while others seem not to flourish?  Marc has been teaching classes in horticulture at the County College of Morris and has made a career […]