Thanks to our speakers, and all who enjoyed 2020 Keyport GardenTalks.
What a way to kick off Virtual Keyport GardenWalk 2020!
Caren White is a Master Gardener and member of the Herb Society of America. She manages an international culinary herb garden in Lambertville for the Herb Society.
She is also a longtime volunteer at Rutgers Gardens where she is the Garden Steward for the herb garden and grows the herbs sold at the popular Spring Flower Fair, an annual fundraiser for Rutgers Gardens. Caren teaches herb classes at Home Gardeners School (sponsored by Rutgers University), the EARTH Center (Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County), and Rutgers Gardens.
We were delighted to welcome Caren to Keyport for Day One of Keyport GardenWalk!
Garden writer and historian Lesley Parness will present "Josephine: The Empress Gardened."
This was a great way to start Day Two of Virtual Keyport GardenWalk 2020!
Lesley Parness has worked in public gardens here in America and abroad for the past four decades. She served as a Board Member of the New Jersey Commission on Environmental Education and the Alliance for NJ Environmental Educators. Lesley is a Founding Member of Garden State Gardens, a non-profit consortium of NJ Public Gardens, of which she was both Vice President and President.
Currently, Lesley is a member of the Herb Society of America, the Council on Botanic and Horticultural Libraries and the Garden Communicators Association. She writes a column for Gardener News Magazine, lectures throughout the Metropolitan area and consults with botanic gardens in the areas of communications and library services.
Keyport Garden Club was thrilled to welcome Lesley Parness to Keyport for Day Two of Keyport GardenWalk!