HPS at Bodysgallen Hall, Wales, 2014 Regional and topical Special Interest Groups Treborth Botanic Garden, Wales, 2014 Seed Exchange Seed Exchange Volunteers at the Henry Foundation Redbud courtesy of Carol Verhake Shoppers at the 2014 Fall Gardeners' Market Rose by Sue Silverstein Visit exceptional gardens in the Mid-Atlantic Region Learn to grow and propagate new plants

HPS Annual Meeting & Lecture: Susan M. Cohan 'Design Inspirations from My Travels'Susan Cohan_courtesy of Tim Ghiselli

Plan to come early and enjoy the native landscaping at beautiful Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens, known for its collection of over 500 varieties of rhododrendrons. 

Following a brief business meeting, Susan Cohansusancohangardens.com, well known in the landscape and design communities both for her design work and for her writing about design, will explain how gardens she visited around the world infuenced her garden designs. A member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, she is the principal of Susan Cohan Gardens, a boutique landscape design studio specializing in residential design projects in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan region. Collaboration with other designers and craftspeople allows the artisanal details, creative use of traditional materials, and fne craftsmanship that are hallmarks of her landscape design projects.

This is a free, members-only event, and space is limited. Reception follows the lecture.

Volunteers are needed to bring either an appetizer or a desserts for the reception.  Please contact MaryAnn Thomas, hospitality@hardyplant.org.

Registration is required, to register click here.



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The Hardy Plant Society/Mid-Atlantic Group (HPS/MAG)

We are a not-for-profit volunteer organization for gardeners in the Mid-Atlantic region. We encourage gardeners - from beginners to professionals - to learn more about horticulture and to share their skills, knowledge, and plants with each other.  Members gather throughout the year to visit gardens and nurseries in the Delaware Valley. We sponsor plant sales, trips, seminars, and lectures about plants, ecology, design, propagation, and conservation.