“Pollinators and the Plants That Support Them” 7pm Wednesday April 27th, 2016 **note location change… Wethersfield’s Pitkin Community Center

Apr. 22, 2016 by

Meet our next speaker, Pamm Cooper. Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 Pamm will present “Pollinators and the Plants That Support Them”. Pamm is shown here taking amazing shots of TAC’s Praying Mantids hatching after a Master Gardener’s Hot Topics Class.  

Charley Eiseman’s Blog “BUG TRACKS”

Oct. 21, 2015 by

Charley is a freelance Naturalist based in Western Massachusetts and working throughout New England.  His passion is to continually deepen his connection with natural surroundings and help others to do the same.  He is presenting “Native Plants as Insect Habitat: 

Barry Glick is our speaker for Sunday March 22nd. He will be presenting on Hellebores. This Blog posting is a composition of his writings.

Mar. 16, 2015 by

Barry Glick is known for his “Sunshine Selections” of Helleborus x hybridus… No matter where you live, whether you make your home in the snowy American Heartland, warm subtropical Florida, the frozen mountains of Maine, sunny southern California, or the

January seed growing tips & news from Toadshade Wild Flower Nursery

Feb. 15, 2015 by

 Dr. Randi Eckel has shared her newsletter as a blog post to start off our Hardy Plant Society Blog.   It may be January, but we’re busy, busy, busy!Folks often ask us what we do all winter… They are often surprised to find

Our Next Event

Our Next Event

Feb. 7, 2015 by

February 25, 2015 Having a workshop is a new feature this season—location is the Wethersfield Academy of Arts – <http://www.wethersfieldarts.org/> Dr. Randi Eckel “Making More of a Good Thing! Propagation of Native Plants” Lecture & Workshop @ Wethersfield Academy of