Celebrating the Seasons of a Pennsylvania Garden

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Celebrating the Seasons of a Pennsylvania Garden

Explore the beauty of our seasonal landscape!

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Celebrating the Seasons of a Pennsylvania Garden

Thursday, December 15, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Presented by Donald Pell, Owner, Donald Pell Gardens

In 2008, designer Donald Pell set out to establish a garden where he could explore, learn and teach. This led him to purchase a 14-acre historic farm in Chester County, PA, which he has been systematically converting to gardens ever since. These gardens began as highly competitive and stable warm season blocks that had gravitas late in the season and have evolved into more intermingled plant communities of cool and warm season layers that add resiliency and depth to the plantings. Explore the beauty of our seasonal landscape and what has and hasn’t functioned at the studio garden, as well as clients’ gardens.

Free of charge; registration is required.

This lecture is also part of our monthly Third Thursday Lecture Series. All lectures will be held virtually and a link will be emailed to registered participants prior to each program date.