Check out the latest Books in Bloom column, featuring The Wind’s Garden.
Read the new monthly column "Books in Bloom" by Professors Lubkowitz and Bang-Jensen:
The latest addition to the Teaching Gardens is a slate chalkboard, made of an antique slateboard from a Vermont schoolhouse mounted to a boulder by stone artist Chris Cleary. Check it out!
Courtney Smith, '12, designs newly installed interpretive garden signs with a summer research grant.
Children’s Literature, Plant Biology, and international students learning English in their class “Lessons from the Garden” met this week to give each other tours of the gardens.
Read about The International Garden in the National Gardening Association's newsletter
Word Garden Featured!
"Rockin' possibilities emerged at first summer research lunch gathering June 16 in Word Garden"
Pictured: Rick Gamache,
Mike Metallo, Mark Lubkowitz,
Mike Metallo, president of the National Gardening Association, gets a tour of the Teaching Gardens in June.
Senior Class Gift
We would like to thank the SMC class of ’11 for their Senior Class Gift of a sundial to the Teaching Gardens. Watch this space for updates on a summer installation.
Check out the new plants that have been added to the Native Plants, Books in Bloom, and International Gardens
Word Garden Turns 1
The Word Garden is a year-old but thoughts are always original; visit and read or create messages and poetry.
They are back, hungry, and really fun to chase!