Whether new or old, big or small, a garden changes with every day, week, season, and year. This ever-changing nature makes gardens endlessly challenging and infinitely rewarding. In this illustrated lecture Rick Darke presents insights and lessons he’s learned from tending the same acre-and-a-half home garden in Landenberg, Pennsylvania, for more than 25 years.
Rick Darke is a Pennsylvania-based design consultant, celebrated photographer and award-winning author. Rick’s work is grounded in an observational ethic which blends art, ecology, and cultural geography in the design and stewardship of livable landscapes. A distinguished alumni of the University of Delaware and former Curator of Plants at world-famous Longwood Gardens in southeastern Pennsylvania, Darke has travelled extensively around the world.
Admission: $20 for HPSO members; $25 for non-members, $10 for student members
Doors will open at 12:30pm; program begins at 1:30pm
For more information:
Contact: Bob Hyland
Phone: (503) 224-5718