On September 8, 2016, GCT invites the public to hear Kate Copsey’s talk on A Shrub for All Seasons: A full year of color from shrubs and small trees through flowers, berries or leaf color. Some shrubs give more than one season of interest and all the selections she cites are suitable for modest suburban gardens.
Author of The Downsized Veggie Garden: How to Garden Small Wherever You Live, Whatever Your Space (Feb 2016) and Month by Month New Jersey and New York (Aug 2016), she also contributes monthly articles to Burpee.com and writes a weekly column in Renaissance Magazine.
Kate, a freelance garden writer, is a Master Gardener, currently residing in central New Jersey.
She remains active as a Master Gardener in Georgia and in the Herb Society of America, as well as being a member of both Garden Writer’s Association and Southern Garden History Association.
Free; September 8, 2016; 7:00 pm; refreshments.
Rodda Center (Multipurpose room 2B), 250 Colonial Court (enter from Palisades Avenue), Teaneck, NJ
Handicap parking/access from the lot up the hill, all the at the back. No stairs to climb if using door by upper parking lot.
250 Colonial Court (enter from Palisades Avenue), Teaneck, NJ
Handicap parking/access from the lot up the hill, all the way at the back. No stairs to climb if using door near parking lot.