Who We Are
The Talbot County Garden Club was established in 1917 to help enrich the natural beauty of the environment by sharing knowledge of gardening, fostering the art of flower arranging, maintaining civic projects, supporting projects that benefit Talbot County, and encouraging the conservation of natural resources. Noteworthy projects include: maintaining the grounds of the Talbot Historical Society, Talbot County Free Library, and the Five Corner's Fountain Garden, and Frances Plate Children’s Garden at Idlewild Park, as well as numerous other activities.
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Winter Speaker Series for 2021
The Talbot Count Garden Club will feature the last speaker in a fantastic series on March 24, 2021.
Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 11 a.m.
Kathleen Biggins, President and Co-Founder, C-Change – Kathleen and friends founded C-Change to engage their friends, family and colleagues on the topic of climate change in a constructive, non-partisan manner. During this presentation Kathleen will talk about the C-Change Primer, an accessible overview of the science behind climate change with an assessment of the potential risks ahead.
Eric Groft, principal with Oehme, van Sweeden Landscape Architecture, Fellow of American Society of Landscape Architects. Program – The New American Garden Style on the Eastern Shore.
If you missed Eric’s presentation, you can watch a recording here. If asked for a password, please type in 44XF?^&I
Ken Druse, author, photographer and lecturer spoke on The New Shade Garden: Strategies for Sustainable Landscapes in the Age of Climate Change.
If you missed Ken’s presentation, you can watch a recording here. The password is kP&7o9Rk