2019 Lecture Series
Advance tickets are available for all BBGS lectures. Our lectures do sell out, so we strongly recommend buying your tickets in advance. Unless otherwise noted, BBGS lectures are $5 for members and $15 for non-members, and lectures begin at 7:00pm (doors open at 6:15pm).
The American Horticultural Society is a generous sponsor of our 2019 Lecture Series.
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Presented by Dan Benarcik, Horticulturist at Chanticleer and co-author of The Art of Gardening: Design Inspiration and Innovative Planting Techniques from Chanticleer. Dan has been involved with plants all his life with his mother, a florist, and his father, owner of a DYI home improvement store. He graduated with a B.S. in Plant Science from the University of Delaware, then ultimately made his home at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, PA, one of the finest botanical gardens in the U.S. Unlike...Find out more »
Rosemary Alexander, principal, owner, and founder of The English Gardening School, and one of the UK’s most influential garden designers and writers, will speak at the Bellevue Botanical Garden! She has judged at the Chicago, San Francisco, and Northwest Flower and Garden shows and at the world-renowned Chelsea Flower Show. The third updated edition of her book, The Essential Garden Design Workbook, was recently published by Timber Press and was awarded one of eight Silver Awards by the Garden Writers...Find out more »
Professional gardener and writer, Daniel Mount, will share the ins and outs of bulb selection, planting, and maintenance. From the classics like tulips and daffodils to the oddities like fritillarias, brodiaeas, and corydalis, you will learn to have the ephemeral beauty of these gems in your garden. In addition to designing and maintaining gardens in the Pacific Northwest, he was invited to Cologne, Germany, where he worked on urban rooftop and courtyard gardens as well as rural estates. He was...Find out more »