Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration of the ending of slavery. Dating back to 1865, on June 19th, the Union soldiers landed at Galveston, Texas, [...]
Yesterday we welcomed a statue of the deity Ganesha to the garden. This lovely little statue of one of the favorite Hindu gods around the [...]
The garden is opening for the new season under some new guidelines to insure the safety of gardeners and visitors.
Along with the plywood fence and the concrete base protecting the garden fence, it looks like they're moving toward the next stage - digging the [...]
Our condolences to Pam and Julia and Claire on the loss of husband and father John Cannizzo. He was a stalwart, knowledgeable and generous member [...]