Falls Village, Connecticut
Page Dickey co-founded the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program in 1995, together with Penelope Maynard, and joined the board of directors of the Garden Conservancy in 2004.
Page is the author of several gardening books, including Embroidered Ground: Revisiting the Garden (2011), Gardens in the Spirit of Place (2005), Breaking Ground (2003), and Duck Hill Journal: A Year in a Country Garden (1991). She edited our silver anniversary book, Outstanding American Gardens: A Celebration—25 Years of the Garden Conservancy (2015). She now and gardens in Falls Village, Connecticut.
Page has written on garden design for House & Garden, House Beautiful, and Elle Décor; lectures regularly on garden design; and teaches at the New York Botanical Garden. She has served on the board of the Royal Oak Foundation (the American affiliate of the National Trust of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland) and is past president of the New York Chapter of the Herb Society of America and of the North Salem Open Land Foundation.