Frances Hodges Burnett’s 1911 novel The Secret Garden has been a gateway to gardening for generations of readers. Revealing both the magical metamorphosis of hidden spaces and the transformational aspects of nurturing nature, the novel inspires us to re-examine the latent possibilities of places and people. Join us to explore secret gardens and garden secrets through a series of talks and walks with experts and authors from the fields of horticulture, landscape architecture, and horticulture therapy.
Cost is $125; $100 for Winterthur and Delaware Museum of Natural History members. A few spots are available at a reduced rate for students of landscape architecture, horticulture, public horticulture, and related fields. Please call 800.448.3883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.