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Reading @ the Garden Center, a Botanical Book Club

Since our first meeting in June

2019, this Council-approved

activity has filled a need for

those at the intersection of

gardening and reading.

Our motto is:

Gardening is good, more gardening is better, reading is best.

We meet on the first Monday of

the month (with a couple

exceptions) at 4:00 pm for

discussion and snacks. Our

meetings are generally hybrid,

with the in-person portion at the

Garden Center. Movie nights

(twice annually) are in-person


Our meetings are free and open to the public.

Email us at: to be put on our email list for regular updates and

reminders of upcoming discussions.

2023 Book Selections

January 9: The Sixteen Trees of the Somme, Lars Mytting

February 6: The Long, Long Life of Trees, Fiona Stafford

March 6: Elderflora, Jared Farmer

April 3: The Arbornaut, Meg Lowman

May 1: Ten Tomatoes that Changed the World, William Alexander

June 5: Plants and Crime, Alan Graham

July 10: movie and potluck - Rosemary and Thyme

August 7: Damsons - An ancient fruit in the modern kitchen, Sarah Conrad Gothie

September 11: The Island of Missing Trees, Elif Shafak

October 2: The Book of Difficult Fruit, Kate Lebo

November 6: TBD

December 4: movie and potluck - TBD

For more information, email us at:


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