VIRTUAL: Armchair Travels of North American Gardens with Director Ed Lyon
REGION: Northeast and Adjoining Canada
Thursday, January 28, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
The Northeast is home to the country’s oldest public gardens, from vast estates to diverse naturalistic areas. And believe it or not, the first public gardens were cemeteries with parks and pleasure drives! Boston’s expansive Mount Auburn Cemetery is certain to inspire, juxtaposed with The High Line in Manhattan, one of the world’s most ambitious modern urban parks. These contrasting gardens express diversity and innovation. We’ll even visit a musical garden designed in part by cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
Join via ZOOM – a link will be sent to all attendees the day before the program. Can’t join us? Register to receive access to the recording to watch at any time!
$16 Member/ISU Student Households
$20 General Public Households