Joshua Bright

January 26 Meeting

Doors open at 12:30

Place Horticultural entries by 1pm


1pm Tutorial: Eileen Anders Topic: Planting Winter Seeds

2pm Speaker: Louis Bauer Topic: Nature into Art, The Gardens of Wave Hill

About the speaker:  Louis Bauer is the Senior Director of Horticulture at Wave Hill, a NYC public garden in the Bronx.  Previously, he worked as the Director of Horticulture at Greenwood Gardens, a century old garden in Short Hills, NJ, where he oversaw the landscape aspects of its restoration.  Louis has appeared as a guest on GardenSmart, segments of Martha Stewart’s television show, and recently offered gardening tips on Margaret Roach’s podcast. 


About the topic:  Wave Hill, a world-renowned public garden, not only boasts a classic horticultural craftsmanship, but also embraces a design spirit that is daring and innovative.  In this talk, Louis Bauer will explore the different areas of the grounds- the flower garden, shade border, wild garden,  conservatory, and more- and provide helpful information on the plants, techniques, and design choices that define this iconic space.


Try your luck for a Special Treat:  A hardcover copy of the new publication: Nature into Art, The Gardens of Wave Hill, by Thomas Christopher, with beautiful photographs by Ngoc Minh Ngo, will be donated to our January Scholarship Raffle

Photos from Holiday Meeting

Gingerbread Garden Contest: 1st place Ann Wetzel- Gingerbread Garden Cake, 2nd place Anne Cognato- Gingerbread Sansevieria, 3rd Place Marcia Spence- Chocolate Tree Cake

Elfin Chorus

Yoshie Takahashi Ikebana History & Demonstration