2017 Digging Deeper

Digging Deeper is a series of Open Days events that invites the public to take a closer look at the garden world. Registration fees apply. 2017 Digging Deeper programs will take place on the following dates:

April 29: Wisdom from Wrightman - Rock Garden Favorites from Harvey Wrightman, at Stonecrop Gardens, Cold Spring, NY

May 6: Exploring Twin Maples in Spring - a tour with Douglas Thomas & Deb Munson, Salisbury, CT

May 7: Palm Portraits - Garden and Studio Tour with Edith Bergstrom, Atherton, CA

May 20: The Designer's Eye - A Lecture and Tour of Innisfree Garden with Lynden Miller, Millbrook, NY

June 3: The Art of Elegance - An Afternoon at Home with Marshall Watson, East Hampton, NY

June 24: A Walking Tour of Hunnewell Estate Highlights, Wellesley, MA

June 24: Ravine Gardening at Nantucket Garden, Winnetka, IL

June 25: Container Gardening at Camp Rosemary, Lake Forest, IL

July 8: Container Gardening Workshop at Landcraft Environments, Mattituck, NY

July 8: Inspired by Gertrude Jekyll at the Jethro Athearn Homestead Garden with Susanne Clark, Chilmark, MA

July 15: An Artist's Palette at High Meadow - The Garden and Studio with Painter John Funt, Norfolk, CT

July 15: Insider's Tips on Trees with Buddy Nixon at Mica Quarry Estate, Kent, CT

July 16: Kelton House Farm: Celebrating the American Colonial Spirit in House & Garden, Fredonia, WI

July 23: Garden Design & Horticulture at Camp Rosemary, Lake Forest, IL

July 30: A Scholar's Garden - Inspirations for a Meadow, East Hampton, NY

July 30: Asian Inspirations in a Hamptons Garden, East Hampton, NY

August 26: Natural is for Wimps: Training Plants into Extraordinary Shapes, Hopkinton, RI

August 26: Maywood Wines: Vineyard Tour, Winemaking Demonstration & Wine Tasting, Bridgewater, CT

October 1: Spectacular Late-Season Garden Interest: A Workshop with Lynden Miller, Sharon, CT

October 1: Planting the Future: Trees in a Historic Landscape, Sharon, CT - THIS EVENT CANCELLED.

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