Our open days this year will be May 25 and 26.
open to the public both days 9:30-6
parking is on the street admission is 20$
we will have our usual vendors: Issima ( formerly Opus ) nursery, Avant Gardens, Rare Find, Broken Arrow, Garden Vision Epimediums,
We look forward to seeing you
Our open days 2019 are MAY 25 & 26
THE GARDEN IS OPEN FROM 9:00AM - 6PM
510 WEST MAIN ROAD, LITTLE COMPTON
PARKING IS ON THE STREET; ADMISSION 20$
WE WILL BE HAVING OUR USUAL PLANT VENDORS
ISSIMA ( FORMERLY OPUS ) NURSERY
RARE FIND NURSERY
BROKEN ARROW NURSERY
GARDEN VISION EPIMEDIUMS
BUNKER FARM PLANTS ( unusual annuals )
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU
GARDEN CLUB TOURS CAN BE BOOKED THROUGH
NYBG LECTURE !!!!
The art of gardening is one of life's great pleasures.
Sakonnet Garden: Current Design
Experiments with John Gwynne
March 19, 2019; 1–3 p.m.
Sakonnet Garden is a long-term personal experiment with plants and planting design.
While working in New York, John Gwynne and his partner, Mikel Folcarelli, built a hidden garden in coastal Rhode Island that evolved into a series of intimate garden rooms, each reflecting an experimental approach to light, space, color, rare plants, and whimsical discovery. Gwynne will share the outsidethe- box design and horticultural objectives behind his admittedly “eccentric labor of love.”
Plantsman/Designer John Gwynne, trained as landscape architect, was formerly head of design for the Wildlife Conservation Society and continues his involvement with innovative global conservation and local meadow restoration. His discussion will range from pushing woodland horticulture to using new native and naturalized plants, including mosses, and finding the effective plants for pollinator gardening and wild meadows.