Earthly Delights... Cultivating the Gardener
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EVENT

- Rare and Unusual Plants; Exceptional Garden Antiques; Distinctive Art; Fine Tools and Accessories
- Plant Silent Auction
- Distinguished Lecture Series

A horticultural event inviting visitors from all over the tri-state area to shop from distinguished vendors for rare plants, distinctive garden antiques, as well as attend lectures and demonstrations from nationally known speakers. The focus is on education and the many ways to increase awareness of gardening and public gardens in New Jersey.

 

WHEN
Earthly Delights will be taking a sabbatical in 2014.
We will be back bigger and better in 2015.
Thank you for your continued support.

 

PAST LECTURE SERIES - Click here for details on Lectures
Dick Lighty - Caring for the Garden: Is it a Delight … or a Chore?, June 2, 11-12pm
Anne Raver - Milestones in the Organic Garden, June 2, 1-2pm
Rick Darke - Emerging Ecologies: Gardening Sync'd to the Nature of Our Time, June 2, 2:30-3:30pm
Pete Johnson - Pete's Greens, Vermont's Four Season Organic Vegetable Farm, June 3, 9:30-10:30am
Eric T Fleisher & Paul Wagner -Creating a Healthier Landscape Through Organic Practice, June 3, 11-12:30

Event Catering by Ross & Owren

WHERE
The home and garden of Andrea Filippone
129 Pickle Road, Pottersville, NJ 07979
*If using GPS enter the town as Califon, NJ

WHY
New Jersey's incomparable horticultural institutions are places where people can experience nature and appreciate our rich historical and always growing works of landscape art - and they all need our help. The event's second annual beneficiary is New Jersey's Keep it Green Campaign. Their mission is to secure a long-term stable source of funding for the acquisition of open space, farmland and historic sites as well as the capital improvement, operation, maintenance, and stewardship of state and local natural areas, parks and historic sites in New Jersey. This work is guided by the belief that every New Jersey resident deserves well-maintained, accessible neighborhood parks, wildlife areas and historic sites. Please check out their website: njkeepitgreen.org.

WHO
Friends of Earthly Delights - an all-volunteer group of local designers, architects, horticulturists, garden writers, and gardeners have formed an alliance with the Land Conservancy of New Jersey to help benefit New Jersey public parks and gardens.

For information on becoming a sponsor or making a tax deductible donation
please contact Anita Shearan - ashearan@mac.com

Earthly Delights New Jersey's Preeminent Horticultural Event Next Event 2015