1/28/2021 7:00 pm (via Zoom)
Alicia Carroll – Working Relationships: Women and the Twentieth-Century English Herbal Revival
Alicia Carroll, a professor of English at Auburn University and veteran garden club speaker, will discuss how a small group of women worked together to revive the local cultivation of herbs in England at the outset of World War I. Their work eventually produced new plants such as Seal lavender, new gardens such as Vita Sackville-West’s famous herb garden at Sissinghurst, and modern versions of herbal medicine. Alicia’s talk will explore how this group’s books, gardens, and working relationships embodied their vision of an ecological future and promoted the biodiversity which resonates in our gardens today.
End of Year Dinner
The Natick Garden Club celebrated its twenty-first year with great fun, food, and fanfare.
Annual Auction and Plant Sale
June 1, 2019
The auction and plant sale were a tremendous success. Proceeds allow the Natick Garden Club to offer educational programming and contribute to the many public Natick gardens the community enjoys.