Where I’m At Nov-Jan

Where Tovah’s lecturing in the coming months (for more details and to look farther ahead, go to www.tovahmartin.com)

November 7, 2011 ~ 11:45 AM
Garden Club of New Haven ~ Agricultural Experiment Station
Lecture topic: Terrarium lecture & workshop
Book signing

November 13, 2011 ~ 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM
Horticultural Society of Maryland ~ Vollmer Center ~ Baltimore, Md.
Lecture topic: Terrarium workshops
Book signing
For more information: www.mdhorticulture.org

November 17, 2011 ~ 2:00 PM
Litchfield Garden Club ~ Litchfield, CT
Lecture topic: Houseplants
Book signing

January 27 & 28, 2012 ~ times to be arranged
Callaway Gardens ~ Pine Mountain, GA
Lecture topics: January 27 ~ Terrarium workshop
January 28 ~ Infusing the Garden with Personality
Book signing
For more information: www.callawaygardens.com

Tovah on the Newsstand

Daily Telegraph ~ October 16, 2011 ~ Smitten by Sissinghurst. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/gardenstovisit/8826870/Smitten-by-Sissinghurst.html

The New York Times ~ October 19, 2011 ~ The Indoor Tree ~ an interview by Michael Tortorello.http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/20/garden/the-indoor-tree-a-tall-green-slip-of-summer.html?_r=1&ref=inthegarden

Country Gardens ~ Fall Issue ~ Big is Beautiful

Hobby Farm Home ~ September/October ~ Wrapped Up in Wreaths

Hobby Farms ~ September/October Issue ~ Hoofing It

Hobby Farm Home ~ November/December ~ Rural Renovation

Westchester Home ~ Fall 2011 ~ From Horses to Hostas

Old House Interiors ~ December 2011 ~ The Art of the Pot

LCT ~ October 2011 ~ Gnome Place Like Home

Passport ~ Autumn 2011 ~ Savvy Stewardship

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2 Responses to Where I’m At Nov-Jan

  1. Hi Tovah,
    I was smitten by your Sissinghurst article. I have been to Kent twice and Hollister Hollister House many times. Every time I pass through that brick archway I have a déjà vu moment.

    For me, the pool at Hollister House is evocative of Hidcote, another iconic garden in England. Do you know if George Schoellkopf found inspiration there as well?

    • Tovah Martin says:

      Very astute, Michael. You’re absolutely right = George breathed in the air of Hidcote as well, but Sissinghurst was a direct hit. Aren’t we lucky for the opportunity of the almost-vicarious experience close to home? Bet your garden is prime right now and getting blanketed in white stuff. Yes? And the public gardens must be primo (everyone check out Michael’s blog of his incredible volunteer town park initiative)…hope this doesn’t cut the show short.

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