Garden Design Luncheon: "A Rich Spot of Earth" (Sold Out)
Join us for an illustrated talk by Peter J. Hatch on Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello, Virginia. Peter is the former Director of Gardens & Grounds at Monticello, an award-winning author, and advisor to First Lady Michelle Obama on the White House kitchen garden. The talk will be followed by a delectable luncheon as well as a book signing.
$75 Member, $85 Non-Member Organize your club or friends for a reserved table of ten and save!
Table of ten: $750
This year’s raffle will feature an exciting array of garden-related items! We will now be accepting cash, check and Visa/ Master card for raffle tickets.
Pre-registration required as seats are limited.
To register, please call 401-253-2707, ext. 21, or register here.
LOCATION: The Rhode Island Country Club 150 Nayatt Rd., Barrington, RI
Tuesday, March 31
- Sunday, April 26
Friday, April 03
- Friday, May 01
Daffodils at Dusk
Tuesday, April 14
- Friday, May 15
Afternoon Tea in the Dining Room
Wednesday, April 15
- Wednesday, October 07
Wednesday Walk-Around, a Guided Tour of Blithewold
Saturday, April 18
- Sunday, April 19
Blithewold…The Good Life: A Standard Placement Flower Show
Monday, April 20
- Friday, April 24
April Vacation Camp
Fresh air and excercise
(Apr 17, '15)
This past week was just what the doctor ordered. Sunshine and temperatures in the 50s and 60s made being up and out absolutely irresistible — for us and the spring flowers we’ve been waiting so (im)patiently for. Everything that, as of last week, still seemed tightly budded and winter-stunted is suddenly busting to bloom. The daffodils have started opening and, depending […]
(Apr 10, '15)
I don’t want you to get too excited by the title of this post. Signs of spring are popping out, bit by bit, but we’re not seeing many flowers yet. We’re still waiting for the daffodils to make an appearance. That said, feel free to do a little dance if you want to (I do) because it won’t […]
(Apr 03, '15)
This week the temperatures softened just enough to keep spring from hitting the snooze button again and made being outside in the gardens totally irresistible. We didn’t leave a lot in the Rose or North Gardens to cut back (we adhere to the tradition of putting those gardens “to bed” in the fall for the sake of […]