Long Island Horticultural Society
April 18, 2021 at 7pm
Ellen Ecker Ogden: New Heirloom Garden
ELLEN ECKER OGDEN is a nationally recognized author, who provides kitchen garden design tips and recipes through newsletters, books and design workshops. Ogden is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith College, with a dual degree in Fine Arts and Studio Arts, and studied with Marcella Hazan at the Marcella Hazan School of Classic Italian Cooking in Venice, Italy, and Darina Allen at the Ballymaloe School of Cookery in Shanagary, Ireland.
Her books include The New Heirloom Garden (Rodale 2021), The Vermont Country Store Cookbook (Grand Central 2014), The Complete Kitchen Garden (Stewart, Tabori and Chang 2011), The Vermont Cheese Book (Countryman 2007), and From the Cooks Garden (HarperCollins 2003.)
The New Heirloom Garden Experience real flavor from the food you grow, delight in the old-fashioned charm of fragrant flowers, add history to your landscape with heirloom vegetables, herbs and fruits, THE NEW HEIRLOOM GARDEN features 12 historic theme garden designs, 60 recipes, and detailed resources and interviews that will inspire you to become a seed saver.
March 21, 2021
Anthony Marinello Gardening for Spring: Ephemerals, Early Bloomers, and Pollinators
LI Hort Members will receive an email with the link to the meeting room.
About the Speaker:
A native of Nassau County, Anthony spent his childhood summers upstate exploring the backwoods and creeks of the Hudson Valley. It is there that he developed an appreciation of nature and yearned to bring a bit of that wildness back to Suburbia. He spent his teenage years researching the wildlife and plants that inhabited the New York Metropolitan area. After High School he studied Biology at Nassau Community College and began gardening with Native Plants. He then continued his studies by earning a Permaculture Design Certificate through the Center for Bioregional Living, headquartered in Ellenville, NY. In 2020, he founded Dropseed Native Landscapes to provide Long Islanders with the guidance and ability to transform their Island into a Native Plant Oasis to sustain both humans and wildlife alike."
Find Anthony Marinello Mobile Native Plant Shop
Crossroads Farm's Farmer's Market!
Saturdays, April 25-November, 9am-1pm
480 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY 11565
Conveniently located just South of Exit 17 off of the Southern State Parkway