The Camden Garden Club plans to hold the premiere of the annual five-part Winter Horticulture Series at 9.30am on Tuesday, January 25, presented online with Camden Public Library.
To begin the series, Stacey Keefer will present Birds, Bugs and Botanicals — Nature Photography. She’ll share her tips for capturing those unique subjects and special moments that make the best photos.
Some common themes in Keefer’s photography include milkweed, birds, dew, flowers, and seeds.
The free horticultural talks take place every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. until February 22 and are open to everyone. Upcoming events in the series include “Foraging – My Favorite Wild Edibles”, “A Virtual Walk Through Camden”, “Monarchs, Milkweed and Migration”, and “Lasagna Gardening for the Home Gardener“.
Sign up weekly at librarycamden.org for the Zoom link to attend.
The non-profit Camden Garden Club is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Maine and the National Garden Clubs, Inc. with a mission to cultivate the art of gardening in all its glory, to develop and preserve beauty in and around of Camden and to promote civic improvements, education and natural resource conservation.
For more information, visit camdengardenclub.org.