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December 2021

Annual Christmas Party & Member Slide Show 2021

December 7 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, 1747 Summer St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
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Tuesday December 7th is our annual Christmas Party.  Final details are to be announced in the fall pending Public Health requirements.     Sign up form will be posted online for those who wish to attended in person.   Space will be limited due to social distancing requirements as posted by Public Health at the time. The ARHS will continue to offer our programming by zoom for those who cannot attend in person.  Details and link will be sent to members.  Anyone…

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January 2022

January ARHS Meeting: Kate Kerin, Innisfree Garden, NY, A Study in Slow Gardening

January 4, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Explore timeless design ideas and timely landscape management techniques at Innisfree—an iconic mid-twentieth century landscape in Millbrook, New York—that can be adopted by gardeners and designers anywhere. Innisfree is primarily the work of Lester Collins, thought by his peers to be one America’s great if unsung landscape architects. Working on a massive site with a tiny staff and budget over many decades, Collins drew on a deep understanding of ecology, light, and form in this landscape, a minimalist’s sense of…

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February 2022

February ARHS Meeting: Panayoti Kelaidis, Tibet: Ericaceae and more!

February 1, 2022 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, 1747 Summer St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
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The Himalayas are known to be heartland of Rhododendron--but there are so many other Ericacaceae (and treasures growing with them) that have special interest to rock gardeners in North America since Tibet has more extreme temperatures than more familiar destinations like Bhutan or Nepal.  Our speaker was lucky to spend 3 weeks driving 1200 miles from Yunnan to Lhasa on a trip organized by Harry Jans. They hit flowers in peak bloom, and had wonderful sunny weather (except with MiLa…

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