Marders Garden Lecture series will continue on Sunday, June 1, with a discussion of what’s new for 2014.
Among the new arrivals this year are beesia and the digiplexis, a hybrid flower between an isoplexis and a digitalis that was the top flower at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in England last year, according to Paige Patterson, who leads the series.
Next week, the series will return to a tried and true topic: hydrangeas, which, according to Ms. Patterson is the nursery’s most popular lecture.
The Sunday lectures start at 10 a.m., unless otherwise noted, and last about an hour. They are free to the public.
“This is a great venue and we want to provide a way for people to ask a lot of questions and not be compelled to buy anything,” Ms. Patterson said. However, attendees are offered discounts for items related to the lecture’s topic.
For more information, visit Marders’ website, marders.com.